Galway United travel to the UCD Bowl on Friday to face UCD at 7.45pm.
United, who have won three games on the bounce, will go into this week's fixture aiming to continue their good run of form against a strong UCD outfit. The Tribesmen defeated Treaty United 1-0 at the Markets Field last Friday thanks to a Padraic Cunningham header early on in the second half to earn the three points.
This week's opposition, UCD, have been impressive throughout the campaign, in particular the league's joint-top goalscorer Colm Whelan who has ten goals this season. The students overcame Cabinteely 2-1 at
Stradbrook last week which leaves Andrew Myler's side in second place on the First Division table, level on points with Treaty United and Galway United in second and third position.
United manager John Caulfield is keen for his team to build on their momentum at the UCD Bowl this Friday.

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