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{{{Crackstreams}} Gibraltar vs Republic of Ireland LIVE Broadcast Free ON Tv 16 October 2023

Republic of Ireland head to Gibraltar on Monday evening knowing that automatic qualification for Euro 2024 is out of reach. What channel is Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland Euro 2024 qualifier match on? Kick-off time, TV coverage and live stream details


Check out how to watch Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland in the Euro 2024 qualifier, including TV channel, live stream coverage and kick-off time.

Friday's 2-0 defeat to Greece in Dublin means Stephen Kenny's side are out of the running in Group B, while their poor record in the Nations League suggests securing a place through the play-offs is a long shot.

Ireland were booed off at the Aviva Stadium, and Kenny's days as national team coach look to be numbered - with an exciting generation of young Irish players surely demanding a new coach to match.

The FAI have previously suggested that his position will be reviewed after the qualifying campaign wraps up in November, but his record of five wins in 27 competitive matches does not make for pretty reading.

He made it clear after the Greece defeat that he was hoping to remain in charge beyond November and will bid to aid his cause against Gibraltar, who are the worst team in Group B and were beaten 4-0 by Wales in a friendly on Thursday - but for both Kenny and Ireland, a win on Monday will surely be too little too late.

When is Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland?

Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland will take place on Monday 16th October 2023.

Check out our live football on TV guide for the latest times and information.

Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland kick-off time

Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland will kick off at 7:45pm.

What TV channel is Gibraltar v Republic of Ireland on?

You can watch the game live on Viaplay Sports 1, formerly Premier Sports, from 7:35pm. Viaplay Sports can be added to new and existing Virgin Media and Sky TV packages with a monthly or annual subscription.

The two last-place teams of Group B will square off on Monday afternoon as Gibraltar and the Republic of Ireland look to add three points to their tally. Gibraltar is currently at the bottom of the group standings with zero points so far and a 17-goal differential in qualifiers.

The team's most recent game was played against Wales in an international friendly and resulted in a 4-0 loss. Prior to that, the team played to a 5-0 loss to Greece who is in second place in the group standings. The team no longer has a chance to make it into the tournament, but a win on Monday would certainly help the team's morale going into the last few games of the qualifying round.

The Republic of Ireland is sitting just above Gibraltar in the standings with three points. The team's only win of qualifiers came against Gibraltar in an early qualifying match which resulted in a 3-0 victory. Most recently, however, Ireland played to a 2-0 loss against Greece.

Two first-half goals proved to be more than the team could overcome despite outshooting Greece 18-10 with five shots on frame. While another win against Gibraltar will add three points to their tally, the likelihood of Ireland making a playoff game to get into the tournament is slim as the nation trails third-place Netherlands by six points.


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