Dundalk v UCD
Having all but sewn up the league title, Dundalk's attentions now turn to what they'll hope will be a league and cup double.
The Lilywhites' 3-2 victory over Derry means that they need just one point from their remaining four games to be confirmed as title winners.
Standing in their way are a team with double dreams of their own as UCD have been crowned First Division champions and with that, have earned promotion back to the top flight.
The semi-final will offer an early chance to test themselves against the Premier Division's benchmark team and the Students will go into the game believing they can cause a big upset.
Dundalk: Karolis Chvedukas is ruled out for the rest of the campaign after undergoing an ankle operation and Stephen O’Donnell remains out as he continues to recover from a broken leg.
UCD: Evan Osam has been ruled out due to the hamstring injury picked up in the second half against Finn Harps. All other players are fit, with no suspensions to contend with for the game.
Dane Massey (Dundalk) "We have a tough game against UCD tomorrow. They are a good side who have had a great season themselves in the first division. They won that brilliantly so we know what we are up against on the night. We have a lot of players in the dressing room who haven’t played in a Cup final or haven’t been in the Aviva.
"That is the aim. We want to win every trophy. UCD are no pushovers. We have our work cut out for us and we will be well prepared. We will have everything ready and hopefully we can get back to the final."
Collie O'Neill (UCD): "We know it is going to be difficult, but no one will expect us to win, just like no one expected us to beat Waterford. We will be looking forward to the game and be able to go into it with the pressure off and have a free run at it, give it a go and see where that can get us."
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