Galway United face Bray Wanderers in the first leg of the play-off
semi-final tomorrow evening at the Carlisle Grounds with kick-off at

It is United's most important week of the season as they prepare for
their first-leg clash against Bray Wanderers this Wednesday followed by
the second-leg fixture this Sunday (5pm) at Eamonn Deacy Park.

The Tribesmen, who finished second on the First Division league table,
will have players returning from suspension for their crucial tie on the
east coast after missing the last league game against Cork City last

Bray, who were defeated by United two weeks ago in the league, finished
in fifth place on the table as a result of Treaty United winning at
Cabinteely and the Seagulls being defeated 4-2 by Wexford FC at
Ferrycarrig Park last week.

Manager John Caulfield has urged United supporters to make the trip to
Bray tomorrow and to bring an atmosphere to Eamonn Deacy Park on Sunday
for the second-leg fixture.