But it may not be enough for a play-off place.
Wales will start as favourites because they have home advantage, but it should be very close to call.
They enjoyed a flawless start to their campaign with back-to-back victories over Kosovo and the Azerbaijanis, but saw two points slip from their grasp on Thursday when Norway left Tallaght with a 0-0 draw. You can look back and say, "We've never done this or never done that". We've got momentum, the players own it and know what they need to know. Only eight teams qualify for the play-offs, leaving Wales desperate to pick up six points.
Coleman guided Wales to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 - their first major tournament for 58 years.
'The players have proven this is a golden era, ' Coleman said. The game is set to be one of best in this round of the qualifiers with the monumental prize of obtaining the three points from this game. There's nothing to fear or to worry about.
"We changed the side to give us energy for a big game in Lille against Italy at the European Championships". "We've got to contain our excitement".
"But they have earned it now".
"This group of players have made a difference and they have gone one step further than anybody else that has come before them. Whatever we have done is not going to help us against Ireland".
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The Serbs face Georgia this evening and will be confident of securing their place in Russian Federation next summer.
"Someone said Wales are ten men behind the ball and Bale up front".
Two points separated the top four teams and I wrote we had to hope Turkey somehow beat Iceland and then tripped up away to Finland.
With Murphy unlikely to play for the full 90 minutes and Jon Walters also injured, it's probable one of O'Neill's new strikers will see some action.
"I'd much prefer to be planning with him than planning without him".
Elsewhere on Friday, Wales visit Georgia in Group D hoping to keep their hopes of securing a play-off spot alive.
That was the least of their worries, though, as a resolute Ireland continued to drop deeper, with Wales lacking that creative spark to find a way through.
"My Dad's a Dublin boy".
"I felt it was always going to be like this". Ireland failed to clear their lines before Joe Ledley picked out Hal Robson-Kanu who glanced a header just wide.