Skipper Robbie Keane and midfielder James McCarthy have been included in the Republic of Ireland squad for Euro 2016 despite being hampered by injury.
Both Keane and McCarthy missed the final warm-up games against Holland and Belarus with calf and thigh problems respectively, but have made the final 23 along with Ireland's longest-serving international Shay Given.
David Forde, Darron Gibson, Eunan O'Kane, David McGoldrick, Callum O'Dowda, Kevin Doyle and Harry Arter, who suffered a thigh injury in training on Monday evening, were the men to miss out.
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