What TV channel is Ireland vs Denmark on? I can't say what's going to happen, but we're prepared to play 120 minutes if that's what it takes.
O'Neill's side are one game away from booking their ticket to Russian Federation after a goalless draw in Copenhagen, with victory at the Aviva Stadium guaranteed to send them through.
"They will probably fancy their chances of scoring a goal in Dublin but we'll be a different team at the Aviva". A 0-0 draw in Denmark has left the Boys in Green in need of a goal - a score draw will put the Danes through to the World Cup. I'm not sure they had that many, bar the one Randolph tipped over the bar at the end.
However, Martin O'Neill has expressed a desire to be more attacking in the second leg, which could mean a start for Shane Long this time around.
"We'll be hard to beat, disciplined", Duffy said.
A 1-0 victory over Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium last month saw Ireland climb above their opponents and into second spot in Group D. It was a fantastic victory that rounded off a campaign in which Martin O'Neill's men were almost undone by their penchant for draws: although the Irish only lost one of their 10 games, a 1-0 home defeat by group winners Serbia, ties with Wales, Austria, Georgia and Serbia almost knocked them out of the running. "I believe in everyone and I believe we will go to the World Cup". He said: "Ireland didn't really surprise us. We've got to score a goal to get through the tie, so we've got to go for it".
"You've got two games in relatively quick succession when you play worldwide matches". "We've got to respect the opposition a little bit, they've got quality and we've got to soak up their pressure and they soaked up our pressure a little bit".
"We'll try and be a bit more expansive if we can but we've got to find a way to win a match".
"I think we can keep...they can't score against us in their home tie, I'm quite confident they won't score [in Dublin]".