This will be the third game in 10 days for St Pat's who will be hoping for a good result and a possible to return to the top of the Airtricity Premier Division.
The top six sides in the division all sit within two points of each other, with Sporting Fingal on top having played one more than St Pat's.
Saints' players Conor Sinnot, Derek Pender, Gareth Coughlan, Dave Mulcahy, Gary Rogers and Paul Byrne have all had spells with the seaside club and will relish the opportunity of returning to their old home.
Recent League Meetings:
16/10/09 - St Patrick's Athletic 2 Bray Wanderers 0
28/09/09 - Bray Wanderers 0 St Patrick's Athletic 1
29/05/09 - St Patrick's Athletic 1 Bray Wanderers 1
03/04/09 - Bray Wanderers 2 St Patrick's Athletic 1
“Bray had a good result in the League Cup against Drogheda recently at the start of the season they were unlucky in the way they had to put a team together and they've been unlucky in some of their matches.
They've a young team, and they'll be up for giving us a battle” - Conor Kenna.
Midfielder Brian Cash returns having been ineligible to play in the Setanta Cup games.
Stuart Byrne took a knock in his back in the return leg against Sligo on Saturday evening is a doubt while Ian Bermingham is back in selection following a hamstring strain.
The squad train this evening in Celbridge.
Conor Kenna of St Patrick's Athletic has been selected as the Airtricity/ Soccer Writers Association Player of the Month for March.
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