Bray vs Drogheda United by Sureseye

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Bray made a fairly balanced start when they travelled to St. Patricks last time. The scoreline ended 3-2 with Jake Kelly slotting in a free-kick to reduce the deficit for the guest. Wanderers manager Alan Mathew receives a boost to his squad with former Republic of Ireland youth internationals Joe Gorman (from Inverness Caley Thistle) and Gareth McDonagh (from Celtic). Wanderers stands at 3-3-6 overall and 3-1-4 at home (with 3 out of the 4 losses against Shamrock-4th, Sligo Rovers-5th and St Patricks-3rd).


Drogheda’s caretaker manager Kierans made 6 changes to the side that lost 6-0 last match but still couldn’t turn the tide last time united travelled to Sligo who were eager for a win under their new coach. The scoreline ended 2-1 with united scoring against the run of play from the penalty spot for a for a shirt tug on Declan O’Brien. United’s Paul Andrews (6/0) was sent off just before half time and only by whiskers had the scoreline not been like 5-1 ish. While Kierans may be satisfired with his team’s performance, he knows getting result is utmost priority as the team have only won a match in their last 12 league matches, losing the rest 11 (1-0-11), conceding 27 goals (averagely 4.5 goals) in their last 6 matches!


Both sides met 3 months ago with Bray winning 2-0 away, further hinting a very good chance of a home win today.


Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
1 (-0.25 AH) 10bet 2.05 8 1-3 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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