Bray Wanderers travel to Oriel Park this Good Friday to take on SSE Airtricity League champions Dundalk.
The Wanderers go into Friday nights game having won the last 3 games in all competitions and keeping two clean sheets along the way against Drogheda United in the EA Sports Cup and against Galway United at the Carlisle Grounds last Friday night.
Looking back on last week’s fixtures and ahead to tomorrow night’s match, Bray Wanderers Head Coach Harry Kenny said,
“It was very pleasing to come away from last week with three victories and a clean sheet v Galway Utd particularly after going down to 10 men with half an hour generic generic equivalent of synthroid synthroid manufacturers left in the game.It was very disappointing to see a small crowd in the Carlisle considering our two away wins against Derry and Drogheda and our position in the table.
Friday will be a very difficult game up in Dundalk but we go there with confidence.”
The Wanderers head coach will be without 4 defenders for tomorrow’s clash with Dundalk, Conor Earley, Kevin Lynch and Hugh Douglas all miss out through injury while club captain Conor Kenna is suspended after being sent off against Galway United.
There was some good news for Harry Kenny this week as Karl Moore and Anto Flood both returned to full training.