It seems like James McClean might be raring to head for Ireland’s two Nations League games, with the Stoke winger coming back from damage all through his facet’s 2-Zero win over Bolton.
The 29-year-old got here at the pitch on 68 mins, and made a telling contribution on 74 mins when he picked out Tom Ince with a go, the England man taking two touches before firing previous Remi Matthews in goal:
McClean had ignored the Potters remaining two games with a damaged wrist, and it’s heartening to peer that the Derry man might be to be had for variety for Martin O’Neill for the approaching global damage.
Another man who could turn out helpful for O’Neill is Portsmouth striker Ronan Curtis, who scored the one goal in his facet’s win over Coventry in League One this night time.
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The strike was once Curtis’ 6th of the season, and the 22-year-old might be having a look to drive his method into Martin O’Neill’s plans, particularly with the damage to Jonathan Walters and Shane Long’s a lot publicised goal drought.