Derry City will be looking to record their first home win of the season when they host Dundalk at the Brandywell on Friday night. The Candystripes have yet to score a home goal having lost 1-0 against Sligo Rovers and drawn 0-0 with Shamrock Rovers in their two home league fixtures to date. Barry Molloy (ankle ligaments) is the only injury concern for Derry. Patrick McEleney is back in contention for City after missing the last two league games through ineligibility. Derry who sit third in the table are just one point ahead of Dundalk. The visitors who have won three times on the road in the Setanta Sports Cup, are bidding to secure their first away win in the Premier Division this term.
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