Following two disappointing results on road during the past fortnight Waterford FC return to the RSC for the first time in six weeks this evening.
Bray Wanderers will be the visitors to the local venue, with European football next season still very much on the agenda
The Blues slipped into fourth following the recent 3-nil loss at St. Pats, and bowed out of the FAI Cup following a disappointing display in UCD last Friday
Waterford midfielder Gavan Holohan believes the team will bounce back against a team who have taken four points from them this season.
Gavan says there’s still a lot to play for heading into a vital stage of the season
Gavan told WLR’s Matt Keane it would be great to see plenty of home fans to give the team a real lift
The action is underway is at 7:45pm, Matt Keane will keep us updated across the evening here on WLR
Elsewhere tonight, Cork City head to Bohemians tonight, looking to make ground on leaders Dundalk.
The Leesiders are six-points adrift of Stephen Kenny’s side, and without a league win since the start of August.
Kick off at Dalymount is at 7.35.
And at 8, third-placed Shamrock Rovers will look to cement their European credentials with the visit of Limerick.
Meanwhile, UCD could be crowned First Division champions tonight.
Just a point at home to second-placed Finn Harps will see Collie O’Neill’s promoted as champions.
MATCH PREVIEW: Waterford FC are back in Premier Division action in the RSC for the first time in six weeks this Friday to face Bray Wanderers. Team news and the thoughts of manager Alan Reynolds below…https://t.co/0JJHCjlmZn pic.twitter.com/Qj1UuKxNWR
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