09/10/2017

Northern Ireland Make World Cup Play-Offs

Northern Ireland have made it through to the World Cup play-offs.

The team were defeated by Norway 1-0 on Sunday, 08 October, however Scotland failed to beat Slovenia in their fixture, ensuring NI secured their spot in the tournament.
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The draw will be made later this month and the games - staged over two legs - will take place in November.

(CD/JP)

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