Update: Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier to go ahead as pitch passes inspection

Update: Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier to go ahead as pitch passes inspection
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Update: The Republic of Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier against Switzerland will go ahead after the referee carried out a pitch inspection at the Stade Geneve.

Kick-off is at 7.45pm, with Ireland seeking a win to guarantee their place in Euro 2020.

Earlier: Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier in doubt as pitch inspection set to take place

The Republic of Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier against Switzerland is in doubt as a pitch inspection is due to be carried out at the Stade Geneve.

There were reports from Geneva of heavy rainfall in the lead up to kick-off and pictures from the ground show surface water on the pitch

Update: Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier to go ahead as pitch passes inspection

Update: Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier to go ahead as pitch passes inspection

Should the game be called off, the sides will meet tomorrow.

More to follow...

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