Wexford Youths vs Dundalk by Sors
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Wexford began 2016 with two consecutive defeats against Longford on March 4 (0-2/home) and in the visit to Shamrock Rovers on Friday (0-2/away) and now the hosts will have really difficult test against the team with the biggest potential in the league.
Shane Dunne (midf.) and Aidan Keenan (forw. / 7 goals last term) are expected to make their season debuts, but Peter Higgins (midf.) is still injured.
Dundalk, who has ambitions for a third consecutive title in the Irish Premier League, is already without Richie Towell (midf.) and Kurtis Byrne (forw.), but the club signed with other two experienced players in January in Patrick McEleney (forw.) from Derry and Robbie Benson (forw.) from UC Dublin.
5-0-0 18/2 for Dundalk in five friendlies before the start of the season and although the guests lost 0-2 at the final of the Super Cup against Cork on Feb. 27, the beginning of the new season was more than good: two consecutive wins over Bray on March 5 (3-1/away) and Finn Harps on Friday (3-0/home).
In addition to that, Stephen Kenny has no problems with injured and suspended players.
Dundalk excels Wexford in terms of experience and quality of the players and I think that the guests are capable to win this match with more than one goal difference.
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|Dundalk - 1.25||BetVictor||1.85||8||1-2 HALF LOST (-4 units)|