Monday, July 02, 2007


Drogheda's long time injury list is easing and they come into the game on the back of two fine performances. They can go back to the top of the table with the 3 points this evening and it looks like they are hosting Galway at exactly the right time, as they have a lot of problems, the following is taken from their web site .....

An understrength United travel to United Park for the live TV fixture with Drogheda United.
Stephen O'Flynn is still ruled out with an ankle injury and may go for a scan next week to further check the injury out. David Cooke is ruled out for up to six weeks after he picked up an ankle ligament injury in our last match against Shamrock Rovers. Liam McKenna is still not available as he is still carrying a groin injury.
John Russell is doubtful and he may be only fit for a place on the bench as he is carrying an ankle injury.
Speaking to United's website, Tony Cousins said his squad was down to the minimum for this difficult fixture. "We are down to the bare bones when we travel to Drogheda. There is not much we can do about that but we will just have to go there with a positive attitude and get on with it. We may have to draft in some u21 players at this stage. The transfer window is now open but the new signings will not be available until our next league game."

Drogheda won the away fixture 3-2 and the ambitious home side should win this easily enough.

4 points Drogheda -1 ball asian line 1.96

Good Luck.

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