SSE Airtricity League leaders Cork City travel to Richmond Park hoping to make it ten league wins on the bounce. The Rebel Army have enjoyed a flawless start to their campaign. They have won all of their games and sit nine points clear of nearest riSSE Airtricity League leaders Cork City travel to Richmond Park hoping to make it ten league wins on the bounce. The Rebel Army have enjoyed a flawless start to their campaign. They have won all of their games and sit nine points clear of nearest rivals Dundalk and Bray Wanderers. St. Pat's have struggled so far this season. The Saints are currently third from bottom and they face a difficult task against John Caulfield's inform team. The last time these sides met in Inchicore, St Pat's ran out 3-1 winners. FORM St. Patrick's Athletic D - Galway FC 1-1 St. Patricks, 14/04/17 L - St. Patrick's 0-2 Limerick, 07/04/17 W - St. Patrick's 1-0 Bluebell Utd, 04/04/17 W - Bohemians 0-4 St. Patrick's, 31/03/17 W - St. Patrick's 2-1 Shamrock Rovers, 25/03/17 Cork City W - Bohemians 0-2 Cork City, 14/04/17 W - Cork City 3-0 Derry City, 07/04/17 W - Limerick 0-3 Cork City, 31/03/17 W - Cork City 2-1 Dundalk, 25/03/17 W - Shamrock Rovers 1-2 Cork City, 17/03/17 Head-t0-head Cork City 3-1 St. Patrick's, SSE Airtricty League, 21/10/16 St. Patrick's 3-1 Cork City, SSE Airtricity League, 17/10/16 St. Patrick's 1-3 Cork City, FAI Cup, 02/10/16 Cork City 1-0 St. Patrick's, SSE Airtricty League, 29/04/16 St. Patrick's 1-2 Cork City, SSE Airtricty League, 19/10/15 WHAT THEY SAID St. Patrick's Athletic manager Liam Buckley said: "We played well in Turner's Cross that evening and we'll be planning to do that again in the quarter final. "If we are going to win any competition this season, we'll need to beat the best teams and win in places like Cork. "For now, we're focused on the league game against them tomorrow night before we worry about the cup further down the line." Cork manager John Caulfield said: "From our point of view, we have to assume Pat’s will play at their best and we have to be ready for that challenge." "It will be different type of game against Pat’s; there are probably areas of the game where they will think they can cause us trouble, and we are working on areas where we think we can cause them problems." , Rewind - St. Patrick's 1-3 Cork City, FAI Cup, 02/10/16 Cork moved a step closer to securing silverware after a hard-fought 3-1 victory against St. Pat's in the FAI Cup. Goals from Alan Bennett and two from Sean Maguire were enough to seal the win for John Caulfield's side, with Christy Fagan scoring for St. Pat's. Watch the action below.
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