No injury worries for Derry

Stephen Kenny has no injury worries as his Derry City side welcome Galway United to the Brandywell, kick-off 7.45pm.

Although the City boss must plan without centre-half Clive Delaney who is suspended after receiving a red card at the Tallaght Stadium last Friday.

Captain Jay O'Shea returns to the fold for Galway United as they head north to Derry City.

O'Shea was on international duty with the Ireland U-21s last week and started both games against Spain and Turkey, scoring against the Spanish at the Waterford RSC.

Galway manager Ian Foster is without the suspended Jason Molloy and Declan Edwards, both serving one match suspensions.

Vice-captain John Russell's recovery continues and he will be involved in a Galway United A Championship fixture this weekend.

United will also be without Shane Fitzgerald who is recovering from an ankle injury and is likely to miss the next two or three games.

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