Galway United are back in action for the first of two games this bank holiday weekend, as they travel to the Carlisle Grounds to take on Bray Wanderers this Friday; kick-off is at 7:45 pm.
The Tribesmen are on a four-game winning run following their 3-1 victory at home to Athlone Town last week and will look to make it five on the bounce when they face third-placed Bray Wanderers on Friday evening.
Bray are coming into this fixture on a four-game unbeaten run of their own, with wins over Kerry FC away and Finn Harps at home, before most recently drawing 2-2 at home against fourth-placed Cobh Ramblers.
Manager John Caulfield spoke to the club’s media team ahead of Friday’s fixture:
"Bray have invested well this year, and after a slow start, they have come right into form."
"They’re on a great run, but we’re on a good run ourselves, and we’re looking to keep it going."
Galway United 6-0 Bray Wanderers
Galway United won in style the last time the sides faced each other in mid-April.
Two goals from Vincent Borden kept his impressive goal-scoring form going, with the other four goals being shared between Killian Brouder, David Hurley, Mikie Rowe, and Ibrahim Keita.
The win was United’s ninth in a row and saw the Tribesmen keep their 100% record intact.