The RSC is set to hold one of it’s biggest ever crowds this evening as Waterford FC welcome league leaders Dundalk in the Airtricity League Premier Division.
The Louth outfit are top of the pile on goal difference ahead of Cork City, while the Blues lie in third, three points off the joint leaders.
Alan Reynold’s side bounced back from last Friday’s 1-all home draw with Sligo by recording an impressive 1-nil win away to Bohemians on Monday.
Waterford are unbeaten at home with six wins and one draw and will be hoping the maintain that form against the Lilywhites this evening.
Waterford FC defender Rory Feely says they’ll go into this evening’s game full of confidence, and says a win would be massive.
Rory told WLR Sport they weren’t too disappointed despite their first home draw of the season against Sligo last weekend.
The action at the Kilbarry venue is underway at 7:45pm, Matt Keane will have updates across the evening here on WLR.
Tickets will also be available for pre-purchase from the Merchandise Shop at the RSC today from 12pm – 4.30pm.
The club is urging all supporters to purchase your match ticket in advance to avoid disappointment at the gate as they expect a sell out for Stand tickets.
Elsewhere this evening in the top flight, After registering a first win in seven games on Monday, Shamrock Rovers will look to build on that momentum this evening.
Stephen Bradley’s side make the short trip to Richmond Park to face St. Pat’s
Derry City will look to stretch their unbeaten run to 11-games tonight – they’re away to bottom side Bray Wanderers.