West Brom forward Callum Robinson was a standout player as the Republic of Ireland crashed out of the European qualifiers last week.
Ireland lost their qualifier for the European Championship’s next year on penalties, although Robinson did catch the eye.
There was a game up for grabs against Northern Ireland, and the Republic now have to switch their attention to Sunday’s game with Wales.
Robinson may not be involved though.
Sky Sports have reported that an Irish player has tested positive for COVID-19 after their trip to Slovakia through the week.
It is claimed that four others who came in close contact with the infected person have had to be stood down from the game against Wales.
There are suggestions in the comments of the story on Twitter claiming that Robinson is one of the four players who won’t feature on Sunday.
This could be seen as good and bad news for the Baggies.
Robinson could be forced to quarantine for 10-14 days, and would therefore miss the Premier League game against Burnley.
If he doesn’t have to isolate and has been withdrawn from the group, the 25-year-old will go into that game next weekend fully fit and raring to go.
The Irishman was not included in the clash at the Aviva Stadium, so we will have to await the next move and what Robinson has to do.
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