Waterford FC will hope to preserve their 100% home record in the Airtricity League Premier Division when they welcome Bray Wanderers to the RSC this evening.
The Blues have recorded five wins at the Kilbarry venue and will be hoping to return to winning ways following back to back away defeats at the hands of Derry and St. Pats.
It’s the first meeting of the season between Waterford and the Wicklow side.
Blues midfielder Dean O’ Halloran says it’s another big game.
Dean told WLR Sport that Bray’s win over Shamrock Rovers on Monday will give them huge confidence.
Dean says their home form has been brilliant and is hoping to maintain that this evening.
The action is underway at 7:45, Matt Keane will have updates across the evening here on WLR.
Shamrock Rovers will be looking to end a three game losing streak when they host Limerick in the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division this evening.
Leaders Dundalk face in-form Derry City at Oriel Park.
Second place Cork City travel to Bohemians.