After just one win in their last five league games, Bray Wanderers go into Friday night’s match aiming to gain three points in order to put the chasing pack at bay. A defeat on Friday against Bohemian FC and a draw away to Drogheda on Tuesday has seen the Wanderers come under pressure from the teams behind them.
With the club hoping for a European spot at the end of the season they can’t afford many more slip-ups. However, Friday night’s visitors will be no mugs.
Since new manager Gerard Lyttle has come in he’s instilled a bit if steel into their team. They suffered a 2-1 defeat to League leaders Cork City on Monday night, but they match City for most of that game.
Looking back on his sides last two games and ahead to tomorrow nights fixture, Bray Wanderers Head Coach Harry Kenny told braywanderers.ie “We need to try and get back to winning ways against Sligo Rovers on Friday. We weren’t at our best in both the Bohs and Drogheda games. The Bohemians keeper was very good on the night and made some excellent saves.”
“A draw in Drogheda was a fair result on Tuesday night with a clean sheet being a positive to take from the game.”
“John Sullivan came off early in that game with a back injury and is doubtful for Fridays game while Daragh Noone is still out with a thigh strain”.