Premier Division heads for mid-season break as Harps host Sligo and Derry go to Galway

It’s the final night of action in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division before the mid-season break
The big game tonight is the meeting of Cork City and leaders Dundalk at Turners Cross.
But both Harps and Derry City have important fixtures as well.
Harps are at home to Sligo Rovers – and Ollie Horgan’s side will be hoping to follow up last Sunday’s impressive draw at Shamrock Rovers with another good result tonight.
Mind you, they are up against a Sligo side who have been going very well of late.
Damien McNulty – who scored the Harps equaliser when these sides met at the Showgrounds earlier in the season – sits out this one tonight because of suspension
Barry Molloy returns and Keith Cowan is likely to be okay after injury.
Diarmaid Doherty and Sean Connor will have LIVE regular updates tonight from Finn Park in association with the new McGettigans Applegreen Lifford – With Low Fuels Prices Always.
Elsewhere Derry City are away to Galway United
Gareth McGlynn, Barry McNamee and Harry Monaghan are all on Derry’s absentee list but Rory Patterson could feature having returned to training this week.
Derry look to head into the break with 30 points from 15 games and hold their third place in the Premier Division table
In the evenings other games , St Pats host Shamrock Rovers , Wexford Youths meet Bohs and Bray take on Longford.


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