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Ireland v Romania: Live scores, updates and result from Rugby World Cup clash at Wembley

Published 27/09/2015

Ireland's Tommy Bowe during the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
Ireland's Tommy Bowe during the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
An Ireland fan in the stands shows his support during the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
Ireland's Simon Zebo (centre) is tackled by Romania's Csaba Gal (left) and Viorel Lucaci (right) during the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt speaks to his players prior to the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
An Ireland fan prior to the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
A general view of the path to Wembley during the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
Ireland fans prior to the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
An Ireland fan prior to the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
A general view of Wembley Stadium during the Rugby World Cup match at Wembley Stadium, London. David Davies/PA Wire.
Ireland's Devin Toner (left) and Paul O'Connell at Wembley Stadium, London. Andrew Matthews/PA Wire.
Ireland's Devin Toner, Jack McGrath, Jared Payne, Peter O'Mahony, Paul O'Connell and Jonathan Sexton on the Nemesis at Alton Towers
Irish rugby fans at the Millennium Stadium Cardiff, Saturday 19th September 2015. The Taylor family - daugthers Rebecca, Abigail & mum Wendy
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX
Irish rugby fans out to watch Ireland play their World Cup opener against Canada The Albany for a Special VIP event hosted by Heineken. Saturday 19 September 2015 by Liam McBurney/RAZORPIX

Follow all the action with Jonathan Bradley's live updates from today's crucial Pool D encounter between Ireland and Romania. A record crowd for an Ireland Test match is expected at Wembley Stadium in London as Joe Schmidt's men take on Romania. Ireland are expected to win at a canter having beaten Romania in eight out of their nine matches against the side.

 

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