O'Neill praises Randolph's heroics against Denmark

Team News: Denmark V Republic Of Ireland

John O'Shea on Repbulic of Ireland v Denmark play-off

"We are going to try to win the game and will try to find a way to win it. But there is a terrific spirit in the camp, a great never-say-die spirit and we have to take it one more time". "It will give us a little more space, but of course they will come with a lot of optimism and try to intimidate us a little bit", the 28-year-old said.

"The evening in Dublin was really fantastic against Bosnia".

"If we can keep them out on their home patch we can do it on our home patch; they are a good team, a very good team and it was a very tough night but you could see their technical players struggled". A couple of great Brazilian players, the best players in the world, downed tools and didn't take a penalty. The crowd has been really important and they have given us phenomenal support and sometimes they have carried us through.

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"I think you have to have to cover all eventualities".

However, with Denmark needing to score in the second leg in Dublin, and Ireland playing in front of their own fans, the Rosenborg striker is confident that the re-match will be a better game than the boring affair in Copenhagen. We have also fought back in matches when we've been behind. They have been terrific experiences but this boils down to one game.

"We are not afraid or concerned about that part of the game, the physical end".

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When O'Neill was asked about Delaney's comments, he defended the Irish team - and their approach.

He said: "It would be lovely to have a prolific goalscorer in the side that you can turn to". We have to score goals to win the match.

He added with a smile: "It was a shame that when I came in here, Robbie Keane was the same age as me, unfortunately".

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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. What's going to happen I can't say.

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