Shelbourne and Bray Wanderers meet again in the FAI Cup tonight in Tolka Park after last Friday’s clash ended in a 1-1 draw.

Shels took the lead through Barry Clancy but Kieran Marty Waters earned his side a replay in Drumcondra.

John Sullivan returns to the Shels squad while a number of players will be assessed over injury concerns before the game.

Shels boss Alan Matthews said: “To stay in the Cup and progress in the cup is what we want to do and if we have to go and play another game, I have no problem with it – we need to take the opportunity when it comes our way. Friday was an opportunity and we only gave it half the job and we need to finish it off on Monday.”

Bray Wanderers will select from the same squad they had on duty on Friday night with no new injury worries.

Bray's Director of Football Pat Devlin said his side must produce a more consistent performance in the replay.

"We need to perform like we did for the second half in the Carlisle Grounds but for 90 minutes.

“There is not much between the two sides and it will be close again and whoever gets the luck will come out on top."