Finn Harps take on Bray Wanderers in tonight's eircom League of Ireland Premier Division clash at Finn Park (kick-off 8 pm).
To mark the end of the school year, all children will be admitted free tonight to the Ballybofey venue.
In addition to the long-term absentees of Jonathan Minnock, Cornelius Gallagher and Aaron Labonte, Harps boss Paul Hegarty will have to plan without the suspended trio of Shaun Holmes, Sean Williams and Stuart Malcolm.
Gary Beckett, who made his long awaited debut in the 2-0 defeat against Bohemians on Tuesday night, limped off after 58 minutes and is also a doubt for the visit of Wanderers.
Marc Mukendi is also a serious doubt with a leg injury.
On a more positive note, however, is the fact that Harps will have Stephen Parkhouse available for selection again after the towering striker sat out the Bohs match through suspension.
Mark Duggan, Gary McCabe, Kevin Doherty and Ronan Ivory are all suspended for tonight's trip to the north-west.
Goalkeeper Chris O'Connor is on duty in Australia with the Australian Under-23 Olympic Squad, while club captain Colm Tresson still hasn't recovered from a long-term hamstring injury.
Derek Foran and Ray Kenny are both doubtful, while one piece of good news for Eddie Gormley is that goalkeeper Alan Gough, who was stretchered off at Richmond Park last Friday, has recovered from a facial injury and will be fit to take his place between the posts.