It's Dublin Derby night at Richmond Park tomorrow (Monday) as St Patrick's Athletic and Bohemains go head-to-head in the Airtricity League.
The fixture was originally scheduled for July 15th but was postponed due to the two sides involvement in the Europa League Qualifiers.
The Saints having injury concerns over Derek Doyle (calf strain) and Danny North (ribs) who both picked up injuries during Friday's win against Drogheda United. Recent signing Sean O'Connor is available again having recovered from a calf strain which ruled him out of Friday's match.
“Games between us have been very close since I've been at Pat's. Bohs are a dangerous attacking side, and with players such as Killian Brennan and Christy Fagan will cause any team problems."
"I was very pleased with our second half performance on Friday. Danny (North) and Daryl (Kavanagh) were back on the scoresheet and they looked very sharp in around the box."
"Daryl was struggling with exhaustion recently, which meant we replaced him at half-time against UCD. I'm glad to see his energy levels are back and Danny and himself were a handful last Friday."
"I'm really looking forward to tomorrow's game. We haven't had a great third series of games, but we know that victory tomorrow will leave us in a good position going into the last series."
"Unfortunately the game clashes with a big fixture across the water but I'm hoping supporters from both sides will come out to create a great atmosphere which is always an entertaining game."