Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill has made two changes for Tuesday night's Nations League game against Wales, with Callum Robinson and Aiden O'Brien coming in to make up a new forward partnership.
The two played together in the friendly away to Poland, with Millwall’s O’Brien scoring on his first start in the 1-1 draw in Wroclaw. Robinson impressed off the bench in the second half in the 0-0 draw against Denmark on Saturday night.
Shane Long has been dropped to the bench, while Callum O'Dowda misses out through injury.
Ryan Giggs also named a much-changed Wales team after the 4-1 friendly defeat to Spain in Cardiff.
Wales are without Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey for the first time in a competitive fixture since the latter made his debut in 2008, and James Chester, Matthew Smith, David Brooks, Tom Lawrence and Tyler Roberts all came in to a side showing five changes.
REPUBLIC OF IRELAND : D Randolph; R Keogh (capt), S Duffy, K Long; M Doherty, C Christie, H Arter, J Hendrick, J McClean; C Robinson, A O'Brien.
WALES: W Hennessey; C Roberts, J Chester, A Williams (capt), B Davies; M Smith, J Allen; H Wilson, H Brooks, T Lawrence; T Roberts.