Georgia’s manager says Shane Duffy’s return to fitness is “not good news” for his side.

The Albion defender looks set to play for the Republic of Ireland in their Euro 2020 qualifier in Tbilisi tomorrow after recovering from a calf injury.

Duffy scored when the sides drew 1-1 at the same stadium in 2017.

Georgia boss Vladimir Weiss said: "It's not good news, Duffy coming back into the team.

“He's a nice guy and a very important player for Ireland and I wish him good luck and good health, but not to score goals tomorrow.

"From set-pieces, he's a very dangerous player. He's a key player for Ireland with a lot of experience and he plays with fantastic passion.

"All the players play with passion and we must play similarly to the way we did against Denmark, but we need more quality in the attacking third.”

Weiss added: "Ireland play like Michael Flatley dances. He had phenomenal passion with quality. He was a phenomenal dancer and Ireland are a phenomenal team whose passion is unbelievable.

"Their supporters at home are unbelievable, nice country, but Georgia also is a nice country and we have also nice supporters and good players.

"We have also fantastic dancers and we will see tomorrow."