Injuries hit Derry and Ramblers

Derry City entertain Cobh Ramblers in tonight’s eircom League of Ireland Premier Division clash at the Brandywell, kick-off 7.45pm.

Sean Hargan remains out for Derry as he is struggling with a knee and ankle problem, while Sammy Morrow is also out with a knee injury.

Keeper Darren Quigley is again missing with a wrist injury and Ciaran Martyn is also ruled out with a groin injury.

Paddy McCourt is in the squad after he recovered from a back injury.

Ramblers go into the game at the Brandywell with a number of injuries; Conor Meade, Alan Kearney, Mickey O’Shea and Shane Guthrie are out injured, while Ken Coleman and Kieran O’Reilly are doubtful and may not feature in the Derry clash.

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