Date: 12th October 2009 at 4:00pm
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Midfielder Martin Rowlands could be set to start for the Republic of Ireland in their Wednesday clash with Montenegro.

The QPR skipper made an appearance from the bench in the 2-2 draw with Italy at the weekend, and with goalscorer Glenn Whelan suspended Rowlands could be set to start in Dublin.

With Eire already qualified for a playoff place they are rumoured to be resting players who are a booking away from suspension with Keith Andrews, Shay Given and Aiden McGeady.

This could prompt a start for 30-year-old Rowlands who put in a good shift in his first international since 2004.

Former QPR man Liam Miller, now plying his trade at Hibernian in Scotland, could also be set for a surprise start at Croke Park as Eire meet Montenegro on Wednesday.




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