Waterford and Cork City will meet in the third Munster Derby this evening when the sides clash on Leeside in the SSE Airtricity league Premier Division.
Both teams have won their home games to date this season, with the Blues overcoming the league champions 2-1 in an ill-tempered affair at the RSC in April.
Waterford got their season back on track with an impressive 4-nil victory over Derry last weekend, and will be hoping to keep the pressure on John Caulfield’s side with a positive result this evening.
Goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux will be playing his last game for the Blues in this match and he says playing with the club has given him back his love for the game.
Lawrence told WLR Sport he’s enjoyed his time with the Blues.
Kick-off in Turners Cross is at 7:45, WLR will be broadcasting the match live thanks to Eirgen Pharma with commenty team of Matt Keane and Ray Scott.
Elsewhere this evening, Shamrock Rovers will be without new Irish International Graham Burke when they host leaders Dundalk.
The Lilywhites head to Tallaght looking for sixth straight win in the top flight.
Burke is expected to earn his second cap in tomorrow’s International Friendly against U-S-A at the Aviva Stadium.
Goalkeeper Shane Supple has been released from the Ireland camp for Bohemians’ trip to Limerick tonight.
Derry City welcome Sligo Rovers to the Brandywell and Bray Wanderers host St Patrick’s Athletic.