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What channel is Republic of Ireland v New Zealand international friendly match on? TV coverage, live stream and kick-off time
Tuesday night's game against New Zealand is expected to be the final one of Stephen Kenny's Republic of Ireland tenure.
The friendly against the All Whites will be his 40th match at the helm, having taken the reins from Mick McCarthy in 2020, and on the back of a disappointing Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, it would be a shock if it is not his last.
An exciting young raft of Irish talent, spearheaded by 19-year-old Brighton star Evan Ferguson, is emerging - and the feeling is that a change in the dugout could be what is needed to get the best out of them.
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The Aviva Stadium – the national team's home ground – will be a fitting place for Kenny to bow out, and the visit of New Zealand offers him a chance to finish with a victory.
The Kiwis may be led by Nottingham Forest frontman Chris Wood, but they are ranked 56 places lower than the Republic of Ireland in the world rankings - in 103rd.
Republic of Ireland v New Zealand odds
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bet365 odds: Republic of Ireland (4/6) Draw (13/5) New Zealand (15/4)*
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