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Thursday 30 March 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# second leg

Last year
# second leg
Sligo Rovers boss calls on players to go out on a high if historic European run ends
The Bit O’Red take on Viking FK at the Showgrounds tomorrow evening, having lost the first leg 5-1 in Norway.
# second leg
Sligo Rovers boss responds to being labelled 'minnows' by the Scottish media
John Russell says that tag can be used as ammunition in tomorrow’s Europa Conference League qualifier at home to Motherwell.
# Discipline
Friend rues 'brainless moments' as Connacht get blown away by Leinster
Bundee Aki and Jack Aungier were both shown yellow cards in the Champions Cup clash.
# second leg
Connacht must muster a huge upset with Leinster the firm favourites in Dublin
The returns of Andrew Porter and Rónan Kelleher will likely add to Leinster’s power.
All time
# Penalties
Wembley date for Ireland duo Hourihane and Whelan after Villa beat West Brom on penalties
Aston Villa overcame the Baggies on spot-kicks at the Hawthorns on Tuesday night.
Chelsea v Tottenham, Carabao Cup semi-final second leg
Chelsea faced Spurs at Stamford Bridge, with the visitors holding a 1-0 advantage from the previous encounter.
# willing and able
He's admitted he can't buy a goal right now, but Shane Long needs to start for Ireland
Tuesday’s second leg against Denmark would be the ideal place to break his duck.
Man United v Rostov, Europa League second leg
Man United hosted Rostov, with the sides having drawn 1-1 in the first leg.
# Nearly Men
Saints bow out of Europe after narrow defeat to Dinamo Minsk
St Patrick’s Athletic lost out 2-1 on aggregate to their Belarusian opponents in Inchicore tonight.
# second leg
Millwall secure trip to Wembley for League One play-off final
The Lions will face Barnsley after finishing the job against Bradford City in tonight’s semi-final.
# impulsive
Scott Carson took out his anger on Bobby Zamora after QPR scored a penalty last night
The goalkeeper accidentally kicked the former England striker after conceding a goal in the play-off semi-final.
# Report
Five-star Sligo cruise past St Pat's in Setanta Cup semi-final
Ian Baraclough’s side secured an emphatic victory, winning 7-1 on aggregate.
# Big Ron Manager
Cristiano Ronaldo is throwing a proper tantrum on the bench in Dortmund
It’s not pleasant viewing from the away dugout in the Westfalen Stadium.
# Lessons learned
Remember Northampton: Ulster get their heads right for return trip
Last season’s home loss to the Saints still hurts Mark Anscombe. Ulster are determined not to slip up in Italy.
# caution
Real have everything to lose, says Mourinho
The Spanish side take on Galatasaray this evening, as they hold a 3-0 lead from the first leg.