St Patrick's Athletic travel across the city to Dalymount Park tomorrow (Friday) to take on Bohemians in the Airtricity League Premier Division.
Unbeaten in their last eight games in all competitions, Pete Mahon will be looking to secure all 3 points, which would see the Saints leap-frog their Dublin rivals.
The Saints are still without captain Conor Kenna, though it is hoped that he will resume training on Saturday.
James O'Brien remains sidelined with an ankle injury, and Dave Mulcahy will be given another week to recover from a hamstring injury.
Squad: Gary Rogers ,Chris Bennion; Brian Shortall, Evan McMillan, Jake Carroll, Neil Harney, Derek Pender, Ian Bermingham; Derek Doyle, Shane McFaul, Anthony Murphy, Paul Crowley, Stephen Bradley, Sean Stewart; David McMillan, Daniel North, Daryl Kavanagh, Jordan Keegan, Ian Daly, John Flood.
“We are through to the Semi-Finals of the Leinster Senior Cup following Tuesday's win (3-0 against Athlone Town), but there will be some changes to the team who played that night.”
“Danny North (4 goals in the last 5 League games) and Daryl Kavangh were rested on Tuesday, but are likely to start tomorrow.”
“Like ourselves, Bohs have a young squad, but I am expecting a tough match as you would expect from any Bohemians team.”
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