Cork City FC v Bray Wanderers

Cork City manager Tommy Dunne says his side need to “kick start” their
season ronight, as they travel to the Carlisle Grounds to face Bray
Wanderers.

City lost out to Dundalk on Friday night, and are back on the road again as
they face a Bray side who have also endured a difficult start to the
season. ****

Speaking ahead of the game, Cork City manager Tommy Dunne said:“The Dundalk
game was probably the worst performance we have had in quite a while. We
have been playing reasonably well at times, but last night we looked like
were out-muscled and outfought, and we were beaten in every aspect of the
game.”

“Bray at the Carlisle Grounds will be difficult opponents for any team, but
we have to look to Monday night to kick start our season, because if it
continues the way it has done then we are going to have a tough year. We
have to get going, we have to pick up three points and we have to get back
to trying to dominate matches.”****

On the injury front, Daryl Kavanagh has a tight hamstring following
Friday’s game in Dundalk, but Dunne is hopeful that the forward will be
fit. Kevin Murray remains sidelined, while namesake Dan will also miss out.
Darren Dennehy (throat infection) and John Dunleavy (tonsillitis) both
missed Friday’s game, and Dunne confirmed they will be assessed at training
on Sunday. ****

*Injury News:* Brian Lenihan, Kevin Murray, Dan Murray, Darren Dennehy,
John Dunleavy****

*Suspensions:* None

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