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It should be an interesting encounter at Fahy's Field tomorrow evening when Mervue United entertain Limerick FC.
Considering their target is to avoid a last place finish in the First Division, Salthill Devon will be hoping to register a rare victory when Wexford Youths visit Drom this Sunday. Having only won once in 19 matches, Salthill are unsurprisingly the basement boys of Irish football at the moment, but they feel they can nick a result against a Wexford outfit that sit only three points above Paul 'Ski' McGee's side on the table.
Those who wrote off Mervue's chances of a shock victory in Gortakeegan last week received a timely reminder of the prowess of Johnny Glynn's outfit as they returned with a fine 2-1 success.
It has been a particularly demanding season for Salthill Devon, who will be eager to deliver a promising result at Drom on Saturday evening against Monaghan United.
As a year filled with dramatic twists and turns enters its final chapter Galway United’s need for a Terryland Park win is inestimable.
Crucial games are arriving fast and frequently for Galway United, and tomorrow’s United Park encounter with Drogheda United can certainly be classed in that category.
Following six defeats in eight testing games there is no disguising the importance of Galway United’s encounter with Drogheda United at Terryland Park tomorrow.
A demanding task awaits Galway United in the FAI Ford Cup third round when they travel to Ballybofey to face Finn Harps on Saturday (7.45pm).
Two victories on the spin ensure Galway United will enter next Tuesday’s crucial clash with Drogheda United at Terryland Park heartened.
Galwegians, fresh from overcoming Trinity in cup action, face another student outfit when UCC travel to Crowley Park for Saturday’s AIB League division 1B fixture.