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There are just three games tonight in the League of Ireland top flight as we edge closer to the season ending.

Dundalk obviously have the league title wrapped up but there are still European spots up for grabs and the relegation race is not quite decided yet.

At the moment U.C.D.s chances of remaining in the top flight would appear to be slim as they trial Finn Harps by six points with three games remaining so depending on how both teams fare tonight the Students relegation could be confirmed by the time Keith brings you his weekly roundup next week. Of course, whichever team finishes second bottom isn’t entirely out of the woods as they will then have to face one of a possible three opponents from the First Division in a play-off.

One European spot for the team that finishes third is still up for grabs and as it stands would go to Bohemians but only five points separate them from 5th placed St. Pat’s, the two games St. Pat’s have to play against Derry and Bohemians will be crucial.

The three games tonight are as follows with all games taking place at 19:45 unless otherwise stated:-

Bohemaians v Dundalk

Cork City v U.C.D.

Shamrock Rovers v Finn Harps ( tonight at 20:00)

Unfortunately, we have no updated leaderboard for our predictions this week but we will update this in time for next week’s fixtures.

This week Liam is first up with his predictions and as always it’s three points for getting the result of a game correct and a point for the correct outcome.

Liam

Bohemians 1-1 Dundalk

Cork City 0-0 U.C.D.

Shamrock Rovers 4-0 Finn Harps

Darren

Bohemians 1-2 Dundalk

Cork City 1-0 U.C.D.

Shamrock Rovers 3-0 Finn Harps

Adrian

Bohemians 2-2 Dundalk

Cork City 3-0 U.C.D.

Shamrock Rovers 3-1 Finn Harps

Bryan

Bohemians 1-2 Dundalk

Cork City 2-1 U.C.D.

Shamrock Rovers 3-0 Finn Harps

Rodney

Bohemians 2-1 Dundalk

Cork City 2-1 U.C.D.

Shamrock Rovers 3-0 Finn Harps

Keith

Bohemians 1-3 Dundalk

Cork City 0-1 U.C.D.

Shamrock Rovers 1-1 Finn Harps

Elsewhere tonight Cabinteely travel to Longford for the second elf of their promotion play-off and the right to face Drogheda in the next round. The game is finally poised with no goals scored in the first leg of the tie.