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Wexford are going up against visiting opponents Shamrock Rovers II at Ferrycarrig Park in this First Division tie on Friday.
View all of the Wexford v Shamrock Rovers II predictions, poll and stats below (plus the best game odds).
Wexford will want to continue from where they left off last time out with the 1-5 First Division success versus Cabinteely.
It’s been seldom in recent games that Wexford haven’t conceded. In fact, The Warriors have failed to prevent opponents from scoring in 6 of their previous 6 clashes, giving up 17 goals on the way.
Coming into this fixture, Wexford haven’t won at home in the past 14 matches in the league. It has been a terrible run.
Shamrock Rovers II
After suffering a loss in their previous game against UCD in First Division competition, Shamrock Rovers II will be hoping to turn things around here.
The stats don’t lie, and Shamrock Rovers II have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 games, seeing their opponents hit 15 goals in all. Defensively, Shamrock II have been far from perfect. That pattern isn’t assured to be sustained into this game, of course.
Coming into this clash, Shamrock Rovers II are without a win away from home in their last 2 matches in the league.
Team News: Wexford
Wexford boss Brian O'Sullivan will be thankful to have no fitness concerns to speak of coming into this match owing to a fully injury-free squad available for selection.
Team News: Shamrock Rovers II
Thanks to a fully injury-free squad available to choose from, Shamrock Rovers II manager Aidan Price doesn’t have any fitness worries at all coming into this game.
Shamrock Rovers II will surely be able to get a goal against this Wexford team, however it isn’t expected to be enough to avoid defeat.
We can see a tight encounter finishing with a 2-1 victory for Wexford by the conclusion of the game.
⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Ferrycarrig Park (2,000)
Captain: Craig McCabe
Chairman: Sean O'Shea
Manager: Brian O'Sullivan
Competitions: First Division position 9, League of Ireland Cup (First Round)