Relegation dogfight goes down to the wire as Rovers head to Drogheda

first_imgThere’s one more relegation place to be decided on the final night of the League of Ireland Premier Division season this evening.Finn Harps and Drogheda United have already made the drop, and Sligo Rovers head to Drogheda tonight, knowing that a draw will be enough to guarantee their survival.A win for the Bit O’ Red could see them finish as high as seventh.Craig Roddan and Regan Donelon are suspended tonight, while Micheal Schlingermann again misses out through injury.But the goalkeeper will join Ocean FM’s commentary team for live coverage of the game from kick-off at 7.45pm in United Park in association with McMullen-O’Donnell.If Rovers slip up, Galway United could leapfrog them with a defeat of Dundalk in Galway.St Patrick’s Athletic could also go down if they lose away to Derry City.Rovers boss Gerard Lyttle is warning that there is still loads at stake…Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Roddan says that the Bit O’ Red supporters have played a big part in helping Rovers climb out of the relegation zone ahead of the last game.With just one defeat in their last 11 league matches, Rovers are well positioned to survive, and Roddan says the fans can take a lot of credit for that…Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Champions Cork City will be presented with the league trophy following their game with Bray at Turner’s Cross.Finn Harps’ last top-flight game for at least a year sees them journey to Bohemians.And Shamrock Rovers take on Limerick in Tallaght.last_img

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