Martin O'Neill assessing his options in final training session on home soil

Martin O'Neill assessing his options in final training session on home soil
Robbie Brady sat out training after suffering back spasms.

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill will assess his options today in their last training session before leaving for France tomorrow.

Robbie Keane and James McCarthy are easing their way back in, however Robbie Brady is carrying an injury.

Brady and Jon Walters both sat out training with the rest of the Ireland squad at Abbotstown.

Brady has suffered back spasms while Walters has an achilles injury.

O'Neill says that Brady's injury is not thought to be too serious and that he could be back training by the end of the week

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