Galway United go into tonight's FAI Ford Cup quarter-final clash with Bray Wanderers at Terryland Park boosted by the return of Alan Keane from injury (kick-off 7.45pm).
Keane, who was out for several weeks with a knee injury, is back to full fitness, giving manager Jeff Kenna options in defence.
Iarfhlaith Davoren and Alan Murphy will miss out as both are cup-tied and winger Jay O'Shea is suspended.
Striker Derek Glynn has also being ruled out with a chest infection.
For Bray, midfielder Mark Duggan will miss the trip to Galway as he serves a one-match ban.
Also missing will be defender Ronan Ivory who is a long-term injury victim with a pelvic problem, although central defender Kevin Doherty returns from a thigh injury.