The RSC is set to be packed to the rafters this evening as Waterford FC host league champions Dundalk in their penultimate home game of what’s been a bumper season in the Airtricity League Premier Division.
After Cork City’s FAI Cup semi-final win Monday evening, it confirmed the Blues will play European football next season.
Waterford will be hoping to make it four wins in a row this evening, following recent wins over Bray, Sligo and Bohemians.
Blues striker Izzy Akinade told WLR Sport it’s a brilliant feeling to secure European football.
Izzy says the squad will be confident with the league champions rolling into town.
Izzy says getting a fourth straight win would be huge.
The action is underway at 7:45pm, Matt Keane will have updates across the evening here on WLR.
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Elsewhere this evening, runners-up Cork City play host to a Limerick side readying themselves for the promotion-relegation playoff.
While Shamrock Rovers travel to St. Pat’s in a Dublin derby.
Meanwhile, the latest stage of the First Division playoffs get underway tonight.
Drogheda United welcome Finn Harps to United Park for the first leg, with kick off at 7.45.