Gormley has no injury worries ahead of Bohs clash

Bohemians v Bray Wanderers

Bray Wanderers manager Eddie Gormley has an injury-free squad to choose from for the clash with Bohemians at Dalymount Park tonight, kick-off 7.45pm.

But the Wanderers boss knows that every game at Bohemians is a struggle and even with a full squad, they will have to be at their best to compete with the champions.

Speaking about last week’s match against Derry, Gormley said: "We didn't play in the manner we had been doing, we didn't work hard enough. We changed that after the break where we had more possession, we worked harder and bossed the second half.

"I'll be looking for a second-half performance for the 90 minutes on Friday night, they are a very good side and if we don't have the proper work ethic it will be a long night for us.”

Glenn Cronin and Mark Rossiter are missing for Bohs as they are both carrying injuries, while Brian Shelly has a hamstring concern and is a doubt.

Gypsies boss Pat Fenlon said: "With Eddie Gormley in charge, you know you're going to get a football match. Bray are playing without fear, and they're hard to beat."

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