John O'Shea will have to use his big game Manchester United experience to help his team and must lead by example.
We have to see this man raise his hands in celebration over the two games. Robbie Keane might not have played his best campaign, but he has provided crucial strikes during it.
Duff, our most naturally gifted player. It's a bonus that we have him fit for the first leg, and it would be the icing on the cake if he tormented the French defense and gave us a night to remember.
No pressure Richard Dunne, but you have to stop Henry and Anelka, or maybe Benzema from scoring. And you know what, you can do it!
Shay Given will have to prove once again why he is one of the top goalkeepers in the world if the Irish team is to keep the French scoreless.
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