Cork City will look to make it two wins in a row on Friday night as they welcome Bray Wanderers to Turner’s Cross.
The sides met in Bray at the end of last month with City claiming a 2-1 win thanks to two late goals, and City boss Tommy Dunne told CorkCityFC.ie that it will be another tough test for his side: “It is a tricky game for us. We are expected to win, but Bray are in quite good form at the moment and have nothing to lose. It will be a difficult game but we have to make sure that we play properly. In Bray we were lucky to still be alive at half time, but we played really well in the second half and won the game.”
Kevin Murray and Brian Lenihan have both returned to training, with Murray set to be available for Monday’s EA Sports Cup tie against Wexford. Neal Horgan is struggling with a knee injury, while Daryl Kavanagh has flu and both are doubts for Friday’s game. Darren Dennehy returns after suspension, but the defender will miss Monday’s game against Wexford Youths having been given an additional game suspension.
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