Bohemians v Waterford, Dalymount Park, 7.45pm, live on RTE2 and RTÉ Player

A couple of weeks ago I would have said Bohs would be a shoo-in for the FAI Cup final but their form has been patchy of late.

That was best summed up last Monday in Tallaght in the game with Shamrock Rovers where they were superb in the first half, really quick out of the blocks, and their performance level dropped off in the second half against 10-men.

That being said, they still have some serious firepower in the final third. Bohs were so impressive in the European run and people were raving about them when they beat PAOK.

Keith Long will be looking for much of the same tonight. But they have a stiff test. Marc Bircham has come in at Waterford and they look a different side compared to the one at the beginning of the season.

The only defeat they have had since August is to Shamrock Rovers and have serious momentum.

When you put it all together Waterford will prove a really stiff test for Bohs.

With the home fans behind Bohs and the atmosphere they create in Dalymount - and match it with a bang in-form Georgie Kelly if he is fit - I think they will have enough to get through

Verdict: Bohemians

St Patrick's Athletic v Dundalk, Richmond Park, 7.45pm, live on LOI TV

St Patrick's Athletic have home advantage

Dundalk have finally found their old form, winning four and drawing two of their last six games. Vinny Perth has settled on a formation and an XI he can rely on.

If you look at the league table it is way off the standards of previous years - they sit in seventh - and yet at the same time they nearly knocked out Vitesse from Holland in Europe and they beat Tottenham Hotspur last night.

It sums up Dundalk this season, you don't know what to expect. If you look at the teams left in the competition, they probably still have the strongest XI and if they can find a performance I feel they will be very hard to stop retaining the Cup.

Pat's have been something of a surprise this season. Stephen O'Donnell has done an amazing job and are probably 12 months ahead of schedule.

He has blooded some excellent young players like James Abankwah and Darragh Burns with their core experience.

My gut tells me it is a bit too soon for this Pat's team and Dundalk with their experience on the big occasion - with Michael Duffy, Will Patching and Patrick Hoban coming to the fore - I feel they'll have enough to produce on the night to see them through to the final.

Verdict: Dundalk

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