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Galway United manager Shane Keegan is expecting a "tough" SSE Airtricity League first division test against Cobh Ramblers at St Colman’s Park on Saturday (3pm).
With UCD and Waterford dropping points the previous day, both Cobh Ramblers and Athlone Town knew that victory in their meeting at St Colman’s Park last Saturday (March 18) would see them go clear at the top of the table.
It proved to be a demoralising Saturday evening at St Colman’s Park for Athlone Town suffered a narrow defeat against a rejuvenated Cobh Ramblers.
With Finn Harps setting the pace in the SSE Airtricity League First Division, Athlone Town were under pressure to record a win at Lissywollen last Friday night against Waterford United, but Eddie Wallace’s compact side remained cool to take the full complement of spoils.
Four SSE Airtricity League first division wins in a row ensure Galway FC will make the long trek to St Colman's Park on Saturday evening to face Cobh Ramblers loaded with confidence.
Last Saturday's crushing defeat at St Colman's Park put a serious dent in Mervue United's promotion drive, but Johnny Glynn's side will still be intent on taking all three points when Wexford Youths visit Fahy's Field tomorrow.
Suddenly following a four goal triumph over Finn Harps, possibilities exist for Mervue United who travel to the City Calling Stadium on the edge of Longford Town this Saturday evening.
Galway United's Jeff Kenna is appealing for the Galway sporting public to rally around the team for Friday's "do or die" game against Finn Harps at Terryland Park (7.35pm).