Waterford FC will be hoping to maintain their impressive start as they take on Derry City this evening in the Airtricity League Premier Division.
The Blues travelled up North yesterday ahead of the clash against the Candystripes.
Waterford are sitting joint top of the table with Dundlak, following last week’s derby win over Cork City which did come at a cost following lengthy suspensions to midfielders, Stanley Aborah and Bastien Héry.
The Blues came out on top 2-1 when they met Derry on the opening night of the season
Waterford FC defender Dave Webster is well aware of the Derry challenge.
Dave says the Candystripes have improved since the opening day game between the sides.
Dave told WLR Sport there’s still a long season there.
WLR will broadcast the game live with thanks to AUDI Waterford, coverage begins at 7:30pm with commentary team of Ray Scott and Matt Keane.
Shamrock Rovers will be out for revenge in tonight’s Dublin derby.
They welcome bitter rivals Bohemians to Tallaght Stadium in the night’s standout fixture in the S-S-E Airtricity Premier Division.
Bohs began their season with a 3-1 win at home to Rovers, but have won just once in the league since then.
Rovers are unbeaten in their first five home games in the league this season and striker Daniel Carr says they want to keep up that record
Elsewhere, Leaders Dundalk make the trip to bottom side Bray Wanderers.
While Cork start the night in third ahead of the visit of St. Pat’s to Turners Cross.