Sligo Rovers v Limerick, The Showgrounds, 7.45pm
Sligo Rovers' hopes of staging a spirited late defence of their league title could rest on their next two games as they face Limerick this evening and Drogheda on Tuesday.
Two wins would cut the gap on new leaders Dundalk to three points with seven games to go.
Ian Baraclough's side go into the Limerick game looking to make it three wins out of three at the Showgrounds for the first time since May, while goalkeeper Gary Rogers is eyeing a career best 20th clean sheet of the season.
Sligo are currently seven games unbeaten against Limerick since losing 1-0 away in November 2004 and the Blues haven’t won at the Showgrounds since April 1991, a run of 11 games.
David McMillan returns for the Bit O'Red after recovering from an infection but Ross Gaynor, Iarfhlaith Davoren and Evan McMillan remain out.
Limerick will be without the suspended Shaun Kelly and Rory Gaffney but Patrick Nzuzi and Craig Curran are available after serving their suspensions.
Shane Costelloe (ankle), Shane Tracy (knee) and Stephen McGann (foot) are injured but Jeffrey Judge (shin) is available.