Live TV slot for Limerick FC’s trip to take on St Pat’s

Next Friday’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division tie between Limerick and St Patrick’s Athletic will be shown live on eirSport.

Tommy Barrett’s side travel to Inchicore on July 20 in 8th position in the table, just six points ahead of basement side Bray Wanderers.

Limerick suffered a narrow 2-1 defeat at the hands of Derry City last time out leaving the Brandywell with nothing to show for their positive performance.

The ‘Superblues’ are facing a battle to survive in the Premier Division and lie two points behind Sligo Rovers who occupy 7th place.

Pat’s lie in 6th spot with nine points to spare over the Shannonsiders.

Limerick will be hoping to record their second win in three games while Liam Buckley’s men will be looking to break a seven game losing streak in the Premier Division.

The game will see Brendan Clarke and Connor Clifford face their old side Limerick for the first time since moving to the Dublin club in the transfer window.

Kick off on at Richmond Park is at 8pm.

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