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9 November 2016

AUSSIE jet-setter Jackson Irvine could be in action in Bangkok, Thailand when Australia take on Thailand in their next 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier.

The game will be played in unusual circumstances as chanting and banners have been banned in and around the stadium area. This is due to the death of their King Bhumibol Adulyadej who died on the 13th of October aged 88, which has lead to the country being in a year of mourning.
12PM (UK Time)
Tuesday 15 November
Rajamangala National Stadium, Bangkok
Thailand vs Australia - Jackson Irvine

Tom Flanagan will be in Belfast when Northern Ireland take on Azerbaijan in their next 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier. Last time the two sides met it was Azerbaijan who won the game 2-0 in Azerbaijan. Jamie Ward has been forced to pull out of the international squad after he broke his wrist in Saturday's game against Barnsley.
7.45PM (UK Time)
Friday 11 November
Windsor Park, Belfast
Northern Ireland vs Azerbaijan – Tom Flanagan

After Northern Ireland have faced Azerbaijan, they will remain in Belfast and prepare to take on Croatia a few days later. The friendly will also be at Windsor Park and could see them play against the likes of Real Madrid’s Luka Modric, Barcelona’s Ivan Rakitic as well as Juventus forward Mario Mandzukic.
Northern Ireland vs Croatia - Tom Flanagan
Windsor Park, Belfast
Tuesday 15 November
7.45PM (UK Time)

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