Belgium's Toby Alderweireld, left, hits Ireland's Shane Long in the head with his boot during the Euro 2016 Group E soccer match between Belgium and Ireland at the Nouveau Stade in Bordeaux, France, Saturday, June 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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For Ireland to reach the knockout stages at Euro 2016 they must achieve something they haven't done in 28 years – win a game at the European Championsip.Group rivals Sweden and Belgium meet at the same time, with the Swedes aiming to finish second in the group by beating the side who hammered Ireland 3-0 last time out.But Ireland could also take that spot behind Italy if they win and pip Sweden on goal difference. An Irish victory and a draw between Belgium and Sweden could also see Ireland through as a third-placed team.
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