Harps look to bounce back as Bray come to Finn Park and Derry head to Longford

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There's a busy programme of games tonight in the SSE Airtricity league Premier division.

Finn Harps are at home for the second time this week, hosting Bray Wanderers at Finn Park.

It's another big game for Ollie Horgan's side who could do with a good result after defeats against Galway United and St. Pat's.

They do have a few injury concerns in the camp with Ethan Boyle and Damien McNulty among those carrying knocks following Monday night's game against Pat's. Adam Hanlon could return after missing that game because of injury.

Diarmaid Doherty will have LIVE updates on Highland this evening in association with McGettigan's Applegreen, Lifford - Kick off in Ballybofey is 8pm.

Elsewhere tonight, Bohs meet Shamrock Rovers in the Dublin derby, Cork City go to Galway United and St Pats take on Wexford Youths.

Derry City don't play until tomorrow evening at Longford, so Dundalk can open up a bit of a gap at the top of the table this evening. They host Sligo Rovers.

The Candystrips head to the City Calling Stadium on Saturday with Conor McCormack available once again having served his one game suspension.

Since their defeat to Harps on the opening night of the season, Derry are unbeaten winning five of the six games to date.

In the first division tonight, UCD welcome Drogheda and Waterford host Shelbourne.