Shamrock Rovers vs Dundalk by Sureseye
In the Ireland lleague, Shamrock are currently the best home sides. They are yet to loose any match in 10 home matches (6-4-0) sitting at 5th overall on the table with 34 points in 20 games. The 2009 league runner-up are 4 positions short of the title they won in 2011 and 2010. No much holding back is expected from coach Trevor Croly as team has no way of moving higher on the league table; it is not likely they can still make a europa play-off spot either, since it would require a huge permutation from Sligo, Derry City and Dundalk all having 39 points each. It is expected that Shamrock fills a strong line-up in order to defend the title they won in 2012.
From been the last on the league table last season, Dundalk have recorded a huge transition now currently standing as 4th team overall on the league standing and ironically are the best travellers. However, team doesn’t have huge quality depth to sustain series of rosters upcoming. Injuries and suspensions have blighted the team and coach Stephen Kenny have announced he’ll be fielding youth players largely in this match:
“I am putting out a developmental squad on Monday in the Leinster Senior Cup against Shamrock Rovers. I don’t like doing that but we’re at the stage where we have a lot of injuries and a few suspensions for the big match against Cork City next weekend. Everyone that will play in Cork next week will have to rest up. We are down to the bare bones so we have to see what we’ve got. We will have a young squad on Monday but Friday is our priority.”
That means players like Manuel Kaguako, Paul Finnegan, John McKeown, Paul Finnegan, Ciaran O’Connor, Conor McDonald and Kevin Nolan will all come into the picture.
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