No new injury concerns for Sligo

In-form Sligo Rovers entertain Bohemians in Saturday’s League of Ireland Premier Division clash at the Showgrounds, kick-off 8.00pm.

Rovers have taken maximum points from their last two games and boss Paul Cook has no new injury concerns ahead of the game.

Brian Cash came off the bench in Friday night's defeat of Derry City and is in line to start against the league champions

Stephen Parkhouse and Mauro Almeida remain out injured, along with Chris Butler who is recovering from a car crash.

For Bohemians, Neale Fenn is Pat Fenlon’s only injury concern for the trip to the north-west and Gary Deegan returns from suspension to bolster the Gypsies midfield.

Bohs boss Fenlon said: “Neale is still out, but we’re hopeful that he’ll be back in contention next week. Glen Cronin has a thigh strain so he is a doubt.

“Sligo had a great win at the Brandywell last week. They had a slow enough start to the season but are beginning to put a good run together.”

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