Trio return for Dundalk

Dundalk take on Galway United in tonight's League of Ireland Premier Division clash at Oriel Park, kick-off 7.45pm.

Dundalk boss Sean Connor welcomes Liam Burns, Michael Daly and Darren Mansaram back into the squad after serving their suspensions.

However, Mickey Collins is now ruled out through suspension.

Tiarnán Mulvenna is the only injury concern and he is a doubt for the game as he is struggling with a quad strain.

United travel to Oriel Park without the suspended Shane Guthrie.

Guthrie must now serve an additional two-game ban due to his recent sending off against Shamrock Rovers.

Cian McBrien, Dave Cooke, Jason Molloy and Sean Kelly all return from suspension, although Iarfhlaith Davoren is missing with a hamstring injury.

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