St Patrick's Athletic host Bray Wanderers in the SSE Airtricity League in Richmond Park tonight as they look to move up the league table (kick-Off 7.45pm).
Following last Friday's 0-0 draw against Shamrock Rovers, St Pat's will be hoping to return to winning ways against the Seagulls who defeated the Saints earlier in the season.
In team news, the Saints are still without the services of defender Sean Hoare who remains on international duty with the Republic of Ireland U21 squad, however they are boosted by the return of top-scorer Christy Fagan from suspension.
"Last Friday night was a real end to end game against Rovers, and it really could have gone either way. We had some good chances to win it, while we also have to accept that Conor O'Malley made some great saves as well to keep them out," Buckley told stpatsfc.com.
"Bray will be very tough opponents on Tuesday in Inchicore. Harry Kenny has come in and got them together, organised them and Bray have proven they are a good side.
We lost earlier in the season to them out in the Carlisle Grounds, so we're under no illusions that it will be anything other than a difficult match."