No injury worries for Bray

Bray Wanderers entertain Finn Harps at the Carlisle Grounds in tonight’s eircom League of Ireland Premier Division clash (kick-off 7.45pm).

Bray have no injury concerns ahead of the visit of the Donegal side.

Wanderers boss Eddie Gormley said: "I was happy with last Friday's performance, we showed character to bounce back with a good performance after the disappointment against Galway United.

“I expect a performance of the same character, with hard working attacking football on Friday.”

For Harps, Jonathan Minnock misses out through suspension.

Central defender Stuart Malcolm (groin) and midfielder Davy Byrne (thigh) are still doubtful having missed the last two games.

Conor Gethins and Conelius Gallagher will miss out again through injury, while Neil McCafferty is available again after serving a one-match ban last weekend.

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