Cork City renew their rivalry against Champions Dundalk this weekend in a huge game in the SSE Airtricity League. John Caulfield's side sit top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division after maximum points from five games, including last week's
Cork City renew their rivalry against Champions Dundalk this weekend in a huge game in the SSE Airtricity League.
John Caulfield's side sit top of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division after maximum points from five games, including last week's 2-1 win over Shamrock Rovers.
Dundalk sit in third position having won four of their five games so far but lost to second-placed Derry City at Maginn Park.
All eyes are on Turner's Cross ahead of the Saturday, 3pm kick-off in a game which will really test Cork City's title credentials.
We've looked back at the last three games between the two sides and you can watch them below.
Cork City 3-0 Dundalk
Friday, March 17th, 7.30pm
Cork City claimed a comfortable 3-0 victory in the season opener at Turner's Cross.
Sean Maguire opened the scoring for the Leesiders and they doubled their lead in the second-half thanks to Kevin O'Connor's well-taken free-kick.
Substitute Karl Sheppard came on in the final stages and added a third in stoppage time to give Cork the lift going into the 2017 season.
Cork City 1-0 Dundalk
FAI Cup Final
Sunday, November 6th, 15.40pm
Sean Maguire's extra-time stoppage time strike handed Cork City the FAI Cup trophy in the most dramatic way.
Cork City avenged their 2015 FAI Cup final defeat to Dundalk by breaking the Lilywhites' hearts with a late goal to send the Cork supporters home happy.
Maguire's deflected finish into the bottom right-hand corner came in the 121st minute of the game after a tense match at the Aviva Stadium.
Dundalk 2-1 Cork City
SSE Airtricity League - Premier Division
Tuesday, October 11th 2016
Dundalk went a long way to securing the 2016 SSE Airtricity League trophy with a narrow victory over Cork City.
A double from Daryl Horgan, the second a majestic 60-yard run, secured the win despite Mark O'Sullivan's late header.
The Lliywhites would go on to secure the SSE Airtricity League title, Cork City ending seven points behind their rivals.