Limerick FC face key tie with Bray Wanderers

Colm Kinsella


Colm Kinsella


Limerick FC face key tie with Bray Wanderers

Action from Limerick FC and Shamrock Rovers

LIMERICK FC manager Tommy Barrett insists he is treating Friday night’s crucial basement battle with Bray Wanderers as ‘just another game.’

Second-from-bottom Limerick FC enjoy a six point lead over bottom side Bray Wanderers in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division table ahead of Friday’s fixture at the Carlisle Grounds, 7.45pm.

Limerick, who have played a game more than Bray, lie one point behind eighth-placed Sligo Rovers and two points adrift of Bohemians, in seventh, ahead of their crucial relegation battle with Bray.

Limerick face Bray a week after picking up a precious 1-1 draw with Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium on Friday night last/

Looking forward to the Premier Division clash with Bray Wanderers, Blues boss Tommy Barrett said: “It’s just another game to be honest.

“It’s just another three points. We have to worry about ourselves and we’re capable of taking three points off any team in this league.

“The lads work very hard. We played some very good football in patches (against Shamrock Rovers).”