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    LOI Fixtures 16th - 19th October 2015

    Premier Division

    Friday

    St.Pats Ath v Drogheda United {7:45 *Live on RTE2}

    Dundalk FC v Galway United

    Cork City v Longford Town

    Saturday

    Bray Wanderers v Shamrock Rovers 5:45pm

    Limerick FC v Derry City 6:30pm

    Sligo Rovers v Bohemian FC

    Monday

    St Pats Ath v Cork City

    First Division

    Saturday

    Cabinteely FC v Athlone Town

    Finn Harps v Wexford Youths

    Shelbourne v Cobh Ramblers

    Waterford United v UCDAFC

    Officials:

    http://www.sseairtricityleague.ie/ne...nted-oct-16-19

    Suspensions:

    http://www.sseairtricityleague.ie/ne...list-oct-16-18

    Betting:

    http://www.paddypower.com/football/f...atches/ireland
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunny View Post
    Premier Division

    Friday

    St.Pats Ath v Drogheda United {7:45 *Live on RTE2}

    Dundalk FC v Galway United

    Cork City v Longford Town

    Saturday

    Bray Wanderers v Shamrock Rovers 5:45pm

    Limerick FC v Derry City 7pm

    Sligo Rovers v Bohemian FC

    Monday

    St Pats Ath v Cork City

    First Division

    Saturday

    Cabinteely FC v Athlone Town

    Finn Harps v Wexford Youths

    Shelbourne v Cobh Ramblers

    Waterford United v UCDAFC

    Officials:

    http://www.sseairtricityleague.ie/ne...nted-oct-16-19

    Suspensions:

    http://www.sseairtricityleague.ie/ne...list-oct-16-18

    Betting:

    http://www.paddypower.com/football/f...atches/ireland
    Some crazy odds in the premier matches. While Town, Galway and Drogs are all massive underdogs they are playing against teams with nothing to play for, value backing the outsiders for sure

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    Great time for Galway to play Dundalk. If there is a time for us to take the foot off the gas then tonight is the night.
    I don't think the king would allow it so expecting a tight win for d town

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunny View Post
    Limerick FC v Derry City 7pm
    6.30pm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outspoken View Post
    Some crazy odds in the premier matches. While Town, Galway and Drogs are all massive underdogs they are playing against teams with nothing to play for, value backing the outsiders for sure
    I wouldn't say we have nothing to play for. We are in a battle for second with rovers and still not mathematically assured of third although unlikely we'll collapse and miss out on Europe. Also some players will be fighting for cup final places so we'll definitely be going for it

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    A Longford, Galway, Drogs treble is 572/1
    Here on a technicality.

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    Value. I might back Galway and Drogs to get something out of their games just to ensure they don't. I'm expecting a backlash from Cork against us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrickccfc View Post
    I wouldn't say we have nothing to play for. We are in a battle for second with rovers and still not mathematically assured of third although unlikely we'll collapse and miss out on Europe. Also some players will be fighting for cup final places so we'll definitely be going for it
    We've already guaranteed Europe. We did that by reaching the cup final.

    Regardless of who wins the cup, fourth place will get a UEFA cup place. We can't finish below 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinxy lilywhite View Post
    Great time for Galway to play Dundalk. If there is a time for us to take the foot off the gas then tonight is the night.
    I don't think the king would allow it so expecting a tight win for d town
    I don't know is it. We served up a shocking performance last week in a game if we had won we would have all but ensured our safety in the division. We're firmly in the mire now. Killian Cantwell, Jason Molloy, Padraic Cunningham, Enda Curran and Alex Byrne all miss out for us tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El-Pietro View Post
    We've already guaranteed Europe. We did that by reaching the cup final.

    Regardless of who wins the cup, fourth place will get a UEFA cup place. We can't finish below 4th.
    Oh dear, it's been a long week at work...... Crawls under a rock...

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    This has got to be the week where Limerick get off the bottom. Sligo, Galway and Drogheda can't all get results, right? Right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverFeltBetter View Post
    This has got to be the week where Limerick get off the bottom. Sligo, Galway and Drogheda can't all get results, right? Right?
    Wonder how our lads will handle the pressure of knowing they can get off the bottom if things do go our way elsewhere.

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    Jaysis lads, there's hardly 500 people in Richmond Park?

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    Yes the Pats crowd looks very small, but there has been a trend there in recent years. Hope they can reverse it next season, try a marketing/promotion campaign maybe.

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    Cork 1-0 up against Longford. Karl Sheppard with the goal.

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    Longford after going 2-1 ahead of Cork with two goals inside four minutes.

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    O'Sullivan and Rice for Town. Reckon we'll need at least one more to get anything.
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    C'mon Cork for feck sake. Same with Dundalk and Pats, pull the finger out

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    Cork level now. Hope Galway hold on, but under pressure. 836 at Richmond with Pats ahead again. Tight at bottom of table

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