Rep Ireland Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
David Forde * 0
Stephen Kelly 0
Sean St Ledger 0
David Meyler 0
Marc Wilson * 0
Seamus Coleman 0
Andy Keogh 0
James McCarthy * 0
Robbie Brady * 0
Kevin Doyle * 0
Shane Long * 0
Darren Randolph
(Sub)
0
Joey O'Brien
(Sub)
0
James McClean
(Sub)
0
Simon Cox
(Sub)
0
Stephen Ward 0
Alex Pearce
(Sub)
0
Aiden McGeady
(Sub)
0
Stephen Henderson 0
Oman Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Ali Al Habsi 0
Mohammed Al Musalami 0
Ahmed Muhaiyri * 0
Hussain Ghailani 0
Saad Al Mukhaini 0
Azan Al Balushi * 0
Raeed Ibrahim * 0
Eid Al Farsi 0
Juma Al Mashri 0
Abdulaziz Maqbali * 0
Imad Al Hosni 0
Faiyz Al Rusheid 0
Jaber Al Awaisi 0
Ali Al Jabri
(Sub)
0
Hussain Al Hadhri
(Sub)
0
Fawzi Basheer
(Sub)
0
Abdul Salam Al Mukhaini
(Sub)
0
Abdull Habi 0
Ismail Sulaiman 0
Waleed Al Saadi 0
Baseem Al Rujaibi 0
Hani Nazmuddin 0

Fixtures

Wednesday, 08 October 2014
16:00
Ecuador v Colombia  
Thursday, 09 October 2014
Mexico v Honduras  
Friday, 10 October 2014
Chile v Peru  
China v Thailand  
Japan v Jamaica  
Korea Rep v Paraguay  
Oman v Costa Rica  
Saudi Arabia v Uruguay  
U.A.E v Australia  
Uzbekistan v Bahrain  
Saturday, 11 October 2014
00:00
USA v Ecuador  
13:00
Argentina v Brazil  

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