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It promises to be an interesting Friday evening at Terryland Park as champions Bohemians could secure another title if they win against Galway United, and Shamrock Rovers fail to defeat Drogheda United.
Galway United manager Sean Connor has accepted that a relegation play-off with Bray Wanderers is inevitable, but insists tomorrow’s trip to the Morton Stadium in Santry for a clash against Sporting Fingal carries importance as the Tribesmen seek an injection of confidence.
The last few weeks of the League of Ireland season is precisely the time to deliver results and that is what Galway United must do, starting at Terryland Park on Saturday (6.30pm) when UCD visit the Dyke Road venue.
The last month of the League of Ireland season is usually packed with significant matches for Galway United and that is exactly the case again this year as Sean Connor’s charges face a crucial contest at Oriel Park tomorrow against Dundalk.
Returning to the scene of a crime frequently brings trouble so Galway United will be especially anxious to take some sort of dividend from tomorrow’s trip to Tallaght for another clash with table-toppers Shamrock Rovers.
Defiance is always needed in domestic football and Galway United will head to Tallaght for tomorrow night’s FAI Cup quarter-final intent on replicating the courage and commitment shown at Terryland Park on Monday.
The next crucial encounter in Galway United’s dramatic season occurs at the Carlisle Grounds tomorrow night against Bray Wanderers.
Having climbed into a healthy position, Galway United will be hoping to commence the last series of league matches by delivering a decent result when St Patrick’s Athletic visit Terryland Park tomorrow.
It promises to be an interesting FAI Cup encounter at Terryland Park tomorrow (7.45pm) when Galway United host Salthill Devon.
Heartened by last Friday's smashing 2 - 0 success over champions Bohemians, Galway United will be hoping to add further points to their account tomorrow when Drogheda United visit Terryland Park.