Teams are naturally more cavalier in the league but no team has been as carefree as Wexford, scoring 10-110 and conceding 13-71.
Table-toppers Longford have scored 29 points less (half as many goals) but have conceded 8-8 less than their opponents this evening.
Former AFL player Michael Quinn has been a revelation at centre-back but doubts over Sean McCormack’s fitness could hurt Longford’s attack.
Wexford are missing a few key personnel themselves but their first-choice attack is for the most part intact and they will be comfortable in these environs. Expect a high-scoring affair with Wexford’s nous probably decisive.
LONGFORD: D Sheridan; D Brady, B Gilleran, D Reilly; C Smyth, M Quinn, S Mulligan; B McElvaney, J Keegan; P McCormack, P Barden, N Mulligan, D McElligot, S McCormack, B Kavanagh.
WEXFORD: A Masterson; R Tierney, G Molloy, N Murphy; B Malone, D Murphy, A Flynn; A Shore, D Waters; R Barry, C Lyng, B Brosnan; C Morris, E Bradley, PJ Banville.