The Aviva Super Premiership champions will announce on Friday that the club will announce that they will play the Irishman for a second time in his career at Aviva Stadium in front of a capacity crowd of 2,500 in front the Avs’ new home kit, which will also be worn by the team for the first time.
The Aviva Cup champions are also hoping that the match will mark a milestone in their long history, as they have had three players in the Aviators team that won the European Cup in 2010, 2010, and 2011.
The club is also hoping for a breakthrough in the World Cup after a disappointing World Cup campaign.
The Irishman scored three goals in the last five games to help them win their last four league games and also helped them to a 10-point lead over the Championship’s second-placed team, Derby County.
However, the Avivas were defeated in the Europa League final by eventual champions, Juventus.
Irishman scored a hat-trick against Liverpool in the league final but he was unable to prevent a third consecutive defeat, while the Avis also lost to Arsenal, who were playing at Wembley.
The club have now qualified for the European Super Cup for the second consecutive season, which is the second tier of European football.RTE Sport will be bringing you the latest updates throughout the day.