Depleted St Pat's face Galway United

Depleted St Pat's face Galway United

Galway United and St Patrick’s Athletic go head-to-head in tonight's League of Ireland Premier Division clash at Terryland Park, kick-off 7.45pm.

Damien Lynch and Dave Partridge are suspended for St Pat's.

Andy Harran (knee) joins Jamie Harris (hamstring), Garret O’Connor (knee) and Mark Quigley (hamstring) on the sidelines.

Declan O’Brien returns to the starting line-up having being cup-tied against Waterford United

Saints boss Jeff Kenna said: “After the cup defeat to Waterford our season is now focused on getting as far up the league table as we can.

"It was a poor display on Tuesday night, very disappointing for all involved and I will be looking for a reaction to that.

"Galway have enjoyed some good results against us in recent meetings and that’s something we have to address. It’s a big game for both clubs."

Galway must plan without David Cooke, Cian McBrien, Sean Kelly and Jason Molloy as all four players are serving suspensions.

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