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Published: 15:51 | 9/4/16

Judge suffers double leg break

Brentford midfielder set to miss Euro 2016

Brentford midfielder Alan Judge is set to miss Euro 2016 after suffering a double leg break against Ipswich Town on Saturday.

The 27-year-old was carried off on a stretcher after eight minutes of the Championship match at Portman Road, following a reckless challenge from Ipswich midfielder Luke Hyam.

Hyam, who received a yellow card for the challenge, was then sent off in first half injury-time for his reaction to a challenge from Brentford's Ryan Woods.

Judge, who was given an oxygen masks by paramedics, will miss the remainder of Brentford's Championship fixtures as well as Ireland's European Championships campaign which begins against Sweden at the Stade de France in Paris on 13 June.

The Dubliner made his Ireland debut in the international friendly 1-0 win over Switzerland at Lansdowne Road last month.

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