The Shannonsiders drew with Bray last time out, and have already beaten Kerry once this season, winning comfortably in Apri.
Treaty United are back in action in the League of Ireland First Division this Friday night, as they travel to Mounthawk Park to take on Kerry FC, with kick off at 7:45pm.
The Shannonsiders drew 1-1 with Bray last time out, and have already beaten Kerry once this season, smashing them 4-0 in April, as well as playing out a 1-1 draw in March.
Tommy Barrett’s Treaty sit seventh in the table, still five points off of the playoff spots, while their opponents prop up the table, having claimed just six points from a possible 63.
A disastrous run without a win in five was put to a halt when Treaty beat Athlone a couple of weeks ago, and following last week’s draw with Bray, Barrett will be hoping his side can extend their unbeaten run past their Kingdom competitors this Friday.
Enda Curran has been pivotal to the Shannonsiders’ return to form, with the Galway native scoring two exquisite chips in the last two games, making it nine goals this term for the striker.
Kerry have lost their last four matches, and have not won a game since beating Athlone in May, their only win of the season.
Their form will no doubt provide Treaty with belief they can grab a convincing win on the road this Friday, as they look to continue their climb towards the playoffs.
The hosts will be looking to a similar performance of that in March where they matched the Limerick outfit.
However, Treaty look poised to get a first win since the midseason break and continue their push for a third successive play-off place.
Treaty United face Kerry FC this Friday at 7.45pm in Mounthawk Park in the SSE Airtricity League First Division.