Here at home this evening both Finn Harps and Derry City have home fixtures in the SSE Airtricity League
Ex-Spurs midfielder, Aaron McEneff yesterday became Derry's fourth summer signing after agreeing an 18 month deal
The 20 year old played regularly with Spurs U-21 side last season - and if his clearance comes through - he could be involved in tonight's game at home to Longford Town
The leaders in the Premier Division, Dundalk travel to Bray Wanderers.
Second placed Cork City play host to Bohs
Elsewhere Shamrock Rovers visit Drogheda and St Pat's entertain Galway United at Richmond Park.
In the First Division, leaders Finn Harps host Athlone Town at 8pm.
It means that Wexford Youths could regain the top-spot - at least temporarily - as they travel to face Shelbourne at Tolka Park at 7.45.
In the other games Waterford United face Cobh Ramblers at the RSC and Cabinteely host UCD