Last Updated: 26/03/13 10:27pm
LAST WORD. Ben has been back in touch to say: "Second time in a week Ireland has let a win slip away in the stoppage time. Heartbreaking." Too true Ben but keep your chin up, you're still in with a good chance of qualifying.
FULL TIME. Austria grab a point in Dublin. A precious two points are dropped by Ireland who are in fourth behind Germany, level on points with Austria and Sweden. Thanks for your views tonight, stay with us for reaction.
GOAL - ALABA!!! Austria equalise at the death. Harnik crosses from the left to Alaba in the centre who shoots at goal from outside the box and it takes a slight deflection off St Ledger into the roof of the net!!! Gutting for the hosts.
Austria take the free-kick and get the ball up to Janko in the box. He latches onto a loose ball and shoots left footed from ten yards but scuffs his shot.
Alaba floats the free-kick into the unmarked Harnik at the far post who heads back across goal but it is too close to Forde who gathers.
O'Shea concedes a throw in 30 yards out on the left. Fuchs takes and Janko heads on in the box but Weimann falls to the ground and Ireland clear.
Long is booked for fouling Baumgartlinger for an Austria free-kick 30 yards on the left. He will miss the next qualifier against the Faroes.
Austria come again and win a throw in 30 yards out on the right. They take and Arnautovic crosses into the box but Forde easily gathers.
Arnautovic wins a free-kick 30 yards out on the right off Wilson. Austria take but Walters clears the danger.
Austria come again and Clark clears the box for a throw in 30 yards out on the right. Clark is down injured.
Ireland take the corner and win another on the right. McClean takes but Wilson shoots wide from the edge of the box.
Walters wins a free-kick 35 yards out on the right. Ireland take and keep possession before Long wins a corner on the right after getting to the right byline and crossing into the centre.
Fuchs wins a corner on the left after Whelan deflects his shot from outside the box on the left out.
Walters concedes a free-kick just inside the Austria half on the left. They take and keep possession before winning a throw in midway in their half on the right.
Sammon is caught midway in the Ireland half by Kavlak, who already has a card and is lucky not to get booked again.
Sammon wins a throw in ten yards out on the left. Ireland take but Sammon fouls Kavlak in the left corner.
Stephen says: "Look for Hoolihan to come on early and take control of the game. C'mon Ireland." Yes, things are looking good for the boys in green!!
Ireland win their own free-kick 35 yards out on the left. McClean takes but Garics eventually clears the box.
Wilson concedes a free-kick near the halfway line on the right. Austria take but are forced all the way back to their own keeper.
Ben says: "Brilliant end to the half for the Irish! They could use more score in the 2nd half to get their goal difference in the black, and this qualifying group may look rather different after tonight." Let's hope so Ben!! Any more views? Send them to email@example.com
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet now go 4/11 for an Ireland win, 11/4 for the draw and 10/1 for an Austria victory.
HALF TIME. Ireland go in a goal to the good after a great first-half here at the Aviva Stadium Stay with us for the second period.
GOAL - WALTERS!!!! Whelan takes the corner and Walters gets away from his marker in the centre and he heads in off the far post from 15 yards!!!
Walters tries to release Sammon into the box after good work from Long but the ball runs through to Lindner to clear.
McCarthy puts the free-kick into the box and Sammon heads on but it is too close to the keeper who gathers.
McClean wins a free-kick near the halfway line. Ireland take and keep possession before Coleman is caught by Kavlak who is booked. It is an Ireland free-kick 35 yards out on the right.
Ireland win a free-kick 22 yards out on the left. McClean puts the ball into the box but Austria partially clear before Walters is penalised going for the ball.
Forde punts the free-kick forward, Sammon flicks on to McClean who crosses into the box from the left. Long collects the ball with his back to goal and tries a back-heal from 12 yards which hits the left post and bounces away. Unlucky!
Austria take the free-kick and feed the ball to Arnautovic who tries an effort from 25 yards on the left but it sails over.
Austria take the free-kick and McClean and Fuchs tussle for the ball midway in the Austria half on the left and the ref gives the free-kick to Fuchs.
Ireland come again but Long cannot get onto McCarthy's throughball to the right byline and it goes out for a goal-kick.
Austria win a free-kick just inside the Ireland half on the left. Fuchs punts the ball into the box but Wilson wins the ball and Ireland break forward but McClean is tackled by Baumgartlinger near the left byline who clears.
PEN GOAL - WALTERS!!! Walters sends the keeper the wrong way as he blasts the ball into the bottom corner of the net!!! Game on!!!!
PEN AWARDED - IRELAND!!! Long runs to the right byline and Pogatetz catches him for an Ireland penalty.
Austria take the free-kick but McCarthy wins the ball and Ireland break forward. McClean crosses from 15 yards on the left and Lindner flaps at the ball and Ireland win a throw in 20 yards on the left.
Junuzovic and McCarthy go for a ball midway in the Ireland half and the Austria player is down injured. McCarhty is booked and that rules him out of the forthcoming match against the Faroes.
Long presses to the right byline and the ball comes off Pogatetz but the ref gives a goal-kick when it should have been a corner.
McCarthy punts the free-kick into the box but Lindner punches away. McClean puts the ball back into the box and Alaba and Walters go for the ball but Austria clear. There is a suggestion the ball hit Alaba's arm but replays show it didn't.
Ireland press and Long crosses from 15 yards out on the left touchline but Pogatetz clears the danger.
Austria come again and Clark clears Arnautovic's cross for a throw in 20 yards out on the left. Austria take but the ball rolls out harmlessly for a goal-kick.
GOAL - HARNIK!!! Clark is caught with the ball by Januzovic midway in the Ireland half. Januzovic runs into the right side of the box before crossing into the centre to Harnik who takes one touch before slotting home past the advancing Forde from 12 yards.
Ireland take the corner but Walters catches Fuchs with his boot at the near post and it is an Austria free-kick.
Ireland come again and Sammon wins a corner on the right after Wilson's cross from the left to the far post.
Sammon wins a throw in 35 yards out on the right. Ireland take but Fuchs wins a throw in for Austria to the left of their box.
Sammon flicks on a Forde goal-kick on the edge of the box but the ball runs through to Lindner who clears.
Ireland come again and McClean crosses from the left side of the box but Dragovic clears in the centre.
Forde punts the free-kick forward and Pogatetz heads away before Long is given offside on the edge of the box but replays show he was not.
FIRST VIEW - Chris Green from Huddersfield has been in touch to say: "Prediction: Ireland 4-1 Austria" That would do very nicely for Ireland's qualification hopes!! Any more views? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet go 11/8 for a Republic of Ireland win, 9/4 for the draw and 2/1 for an Austrian victory. I'm going for a 2-0 Ireland win, which pays a handsome 9/1 under Sky Bet's price boost!
Teams - Austria: Lindner, Garics, Pogatetz, Dragovic, Fuchs, Arnautovic, Junuzovic, Kavlak, Alaba, Hosiner, Harnik. Subs: Ozcan, Ivanschitz, Weimann, Suttner, Baumgartlinger, Prodl, Jantscher, Klein, Leitgeb, Janko, Ortlechner, Konigshofer.
Teams - Ireland: Forde, Coleman, O'Shea, Clark, Wilson, Walters, Whelan, McCarthy, McClean, Sammon, Long. Subs: Westwood, O'Dea, St. Ledger, Hoolahan, Doyle, Kelly, Keogh, Brady, Cox, Green, Hendrick, Randolph.
Teams - Austria boss Marcel Koller makes just one change to the side which beat the Faroe Islands 6-0 on Friday evening with Martin Harnik replacing Andreas Ivanschitz in midfield.
Teams - Defender Marc Wilson passed a late fitness test to retain his place in the Ireland team. Manager Trapattoni revealed on Monday that the Stoke full-back was a doubt with a groin problem, but he was able to line up alongside his team-mates in a side which features two changes from Friday night's draw in Sweden as Glenn Whelan and Conor Sammon replace Paul Green and injured skipper Robbie Keane.