Bohemians seek redemption against Bray

Bohemians will be looking to bounce back from their midweek European humiliation when they take on Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds tonight, kick-off 7.45pm.

Pat Fenlon’s side were dumped out of the Champions League by Welsh side TNS after losing 4-0 in the second leg.

Anto Murphy and Steven Gray will miss out again for Bohs as both continue to recover from Achilles injuries.

Raffaele Cretaro is also out with a hip flexor problem.

Aaron Greene completed his return from injury, playing in last week’s friendly against Wolves and making a substitute appearance against TNS on Tuesday.

Gareth McGlynn, suspended in mid-week, will return to the squad.

Veteran Colm Tresson and the experienced Stephen Brennan miss out for Bray as both are struggling with calf injuries.

Long-term injury victims Richie Baker and David Tyrrell remain out for Wanderers.

There are also doubts about James Kavanagh due to illness and John Mulroy who picked up a thigh injury.

Manager Eddie Gormley said: “We need to pick ourselves up and start picking up points. Bohemians are coming into the game off the back of a defeat in Europe but we are fighting for our lives.”

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