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Tickets for the second leg sell for €300

DUBLIN is going green like never before.

Tickets for what should be the biggest party of the year are being traded online for up to €300 today.

Although the Republic's 4-0 thrashing of Estonia in Tallinn means that tomorrow's game should be a formality, tickets for the Aviva Stadium are still the hottest property in town.

Some 50,000 fans will pile into the stadium for the game which kicks off at 7.45pm. And it will be a big night in city pubs.

A massive 'Go Green For November 15' campaign is set to pay off for the FAI with what will be the first sell-out soccer game at the new stadium.