Knight and Kelly doubts for Bray

Bray have two injury worries ahead of this vital clash with relegation threatened Cobh Ramblers at the Carlisle Grounds on Friday night, kick-off 7.45pm.

Philip Knight is struggling to be fit with an ankle injury and seems almost certain to miss out.

Jake Kelly, who has a hamstring problem, has a good chance to be included in the squad but no decision on his fitness will be made until just before kick-off.

Bray boss Eddie Gormley said: " With three games to go it looks like we need another point to be mathematically safe and I want to get that as quickly as possible.

"We won't be going for a draw, we will go out to win the game. Cobh are on a roll at the moment and they will be a tough nut to crack."

Ramblers travel to Bray with a strong squad ahead of this vital game but must plan without John Kearney as he is serving a suspension.

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