No Fenn or Rossiter for Gypsies

No Fenn or Rossiter for Gypsies

Bohemians take on Derry City in tonight’s eircom League of Ireland Premier Division clash at Dalymount Park, kick-off 7.45pm.

Gypsies boss Pat Fenlon has to plan without Neale Fenn (ankle) and Mark Rossiter (groin).

Lithuania international Mindaugas Kalonas returns after missing the last two weeks on international duty.

Fenlon said: "There will be no resting on our laurels until the semi-finals of the cup. We have a very competitive squad and my players know that they must perform to remain in the starting eleven."

Peter Hutton is ruled out for City with a groin strain, while Clive Delaney is a doubt as he is carrying a dead leg.

On a positive note for boss Stephen Kenny, Stephen Gray, Kevin Deery and Thomas Stewart all return to squad.

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