Saints have TV date with Bohs

The television cameras will be on hand to provide live coverage of the Airtricity League Premier Division tomorrow when St Patrick’s Athletic travel to Dalymount Park to take on Bohemians.

Although still unbeaten in the league, Pats lost their 100% record when drawing with Monaghan United last week, while Bohemians are looking not only for their first point, but also their first league goal of the season, at the fourth time of asking.

Says Bohs manager Aaron Callaghan: “I believe we can win this game. We have not been a million miles away in our league games, even though we have no points. Individual mistakes have cost us and what matters is how I and the staff respond to those mistakes.

“My job is to keep the players’ heads up.”

Kick-off at Dalymount Park is at 4pm and the game is being shown live on RTÉ 2.

Meanwhile, in the First Division today, Longford Town will bid to maintain their perfect start to the new season when they host resurgent Waterford United at Flancare Park (7.30pm).

After their opening day mauling by Wexford, the Blues have bounced back with wins over Limerick and SD Galway and now sit fourth.

And at Finn Park, Finn Harps will be look for their second successive home win when they host Wexford Youths. Kick off 7.45pm.


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