Limerick - Dundalk @ Tips 2

There 's always been a rich and rewarding rivalry Between Cork City and Derry City , but tonight 's SSE Airtricity Premier League clash at Turner 's Cross offers up an extra level of intrigue nor , in what Will Be Peter Hutton 's first game in charge , the Candystripes Will hope to That signs show there is life - and a better one - after Roddy Collins .

" We have hadd a really good week in training , " says Hutton . " It has all been about everybody Settling down and drawing a line under what's gone on . Neither we nor a lighthouse neither squad are Concerned , that's all in the past and we must start looking forward .
"Not everybody in the country knows , Turner 's Cross is a difficult venue to get a Result from , but I feel it's the best away ground to play in. . The atmosphere is always excellent and the pressure is always on the away side . I had some great days there in the past nor a player and tonight I hope to have another great day or manager. "

Rory Patterson ( suspension ) and Patrick McEleney ( knee ) will miss out for Derry While Enda Curran ( concussion ) faces a late assessment .

For John Caulfield , there is the Concern Seismic changes at the Brandywell tonight 's game Could Make Even more of a challenge for a Cork side anxious to bounce back from two consecutive league defeats .

" Peter Hutton coming in. Will give Derry a boost , " says the City boss . " When a manager leaves a club , there is always an instant kick and we have to Prepare properly . The players who ' might not have featured much Along for Derry Will all have a point to test , so it Will Be a difficult game for us .

" I am passionately appealing to the crowd to come out in. Huge numbers again . There has been a little bit of doom and Gloom out there , but we are still in a very strong position . It is vital for us to get back on track . "

Darren Murphy is still sidelined with a hamstring injury but is Hopeful Caulfield Colin Healy , who ' has been Also Battling a hamstring problem , Will Be Available .

Limerick have parted company with vice - captain and striker Craig Curran ahead of tonight 's visit of third- placed Dundalk to Thomond Park .

The club Confirmed yesterday the player 's Contract hadd been terminated by Mutual consent . Curran tweeted he could not talk about historical Situation Limerick last Friday and he said on Saturday That Was still theire player .

Dundalk arrive in Limerick on the back of Suffering disappointment in the Setanta Cup final last Saturday When They Were beaten 1-0 by Sligo Rovers .

" We have to put behind us That now and we have to go to Thomond Park and acqui ourselves properly , " said manager Stephen Kenny . " Limerick are a very good side . They have good players and it Will Be a difficult game for us . "

In tonight 's Other Premier Division games, host UCD Leaders St. Patrick 's Athletic and Drogheda United are at home to Bohemians .

In the First Division , it's Galway United v Finn Harps , Shelbourne v Shamrock Rovers B ( 8pm ) and Wexford Youths v Waterford United ( 8pm ) All games kick- off at 7.45pm required unless otherwise stated.

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