Ramblers attempt to maintain unbeaten home record

Cobh Ramblers will be hoping to maintain their long-standing unbeaten home record when they take on Bohemians at St Colman’s Park on Saturday night, kick-off 7.45pm.

Ramblers will be looking for their second home win of the season.

However, they must plan without Brian McCarthy (loan deal), and Alan Carey who remains out injured, while Graham Cummins and Shane Barrett are suspended for Saturday night's game.

Boss Stephen Henderson said: “Our Home record continues to grow and losing that record to my former local team is not an option, no matter what resources Bohs have available to them.

“Make no mistake about it we are a very good side and I know I am repeating myself but the results are not a true reflection of how we have played this year.

"We truly have had no luck this year and I genuinely feel our luck is about to change.”

Bohemians travel without any injury or suspension worries.

Long-term absentees Kevin Hunt and Thomas Heary remain out of the Gypsies squad.

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