Waterford FC play their penultimate game tonight in what’s been a bumper season in the Airtricity League Premier Division.
It’s third against fourth as The Blues travel to the capital to take on Shamrock Rovers.
Waterford, who are guaranteed European football for next season trail the Hoops by three points going into tonight’s game.
The Blues suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to league champions Dundalk last Friday, while Rovers netted a later winner in the .Dublin derby against St. Pats.
Waterford midfielder Gavan Holohan told WLR Sport the squad are looking forward to the challenge.
Gavan says there’ll be pushing to get that third spot on the table, and said playing away to Rovers is always a big occasion.
Kick-off at the Tallaght Stadium is at 8pm, and WLR will broadcast the game live thanks to Audi Waterford with commentary team Ray Scott and Matt Keane.
MATCH PREVIEW: It’s third versus fourth this Friday as Waterford FC make the trip to Tallaght Stadium to face Shamrock Rovers. Team news and the thoughts of Alan Reynolds below…https://t.co/Vm08LHsKxJ pic.twitter.com/vfBz1Htnvh
— Waterford FC (@WaterfordFCie) October 18, 2018
Elsewhere tonight, Dundalk will be presented with the League trophy tonight.
Sligo Rover visit Oriel Park.
Derry City’s final home game of the season sees them entertain a Cork City side fine-tuning for the F-A-I Cup final.
Bohemians make the trip to the seaside to face Bray Wanderers,
Limerick entertain St. Pat’s.
There’s nothing to choose between Finn Harps and Drogheda ahead of tonight’s second leg of their First Division playoff.
They’re tied at 1-1 after last week’s first leg at United Park.
Kick off tonight in Ballybofey is at 7.45, and Limerick await the winners.