Galway United travel south to face Cobh Ramblers at St Colman’s Park tomorrow evening (Friday) with kick-off at 7.45pm.
United made it four wins on the bounce when they defeated Longford Town 2-0 at Eamonn Deacy Park on Monday.
Second-half goals from David Hurley and Max Hemmings secured the victory for the Tribesmen who remain in second place on the First Division table and three points behind Cork City.
Cobh Ramblers go into the fixture on the back of a draw away to Bray Wanderers last Friday. Darren Murphy’s side sit in eighth position on the league table ahead of this week's match.
Galway Utd manager John Caulfield expects another difficult encounter in Cobh on Friday night.