Match Preview | Bray Wanderers
Galway United travel to the Carlisle Grounds on Friday evening to face Bray Wanderers. Kick-off: 7.45pm.
Shane Keegan’s side drew 1-1 against Sligo Rovers on Monday night at Eamonn Deacy Park.
United are unbeaten in three games, but the Tribesmen are still searching for their first league win ahead of Friday’s trip the Carlisle Grounds.
SHANE KEEGAN WANTS ERROR FREE PERFORMANCE AT THE CARLISLE GROUNDS
“We need to try and turn the draws into wins, especially the games where we’ve been the better side,” Keegan told www.galwayunitedfc.ie.
“We’re putting together some good moves when we score our goals, then the goals we’re conceding, we’re practically handing the goals to the opposition with little errors.
“If we can cut out those errors, then we should be getting the results we want. We have to produce an error-free game.
“Bray are very good going forward with the likes of Gary McCabe, Dylan Connolly and Aaron Greene. They’ve got some real attacking threats. It will be a big test for us defensively. I think we’re up to it, though.
“Bray have been coughing up chances, similar to ourselves. If you keep a clean sheet then you’re possibly coming away with three points because I find it hard to see us not scoring there.”
Gavan Holohan (hand), Kevin Devaney (foot) and Padraic Cunningham (hamstring) remain sidelined.
Alex Byrne returns from suspension, along with Maurice Nugent, who has recovered from a knee issue.
GALWAY UNITED GOALSCORERS
Ronan Murray – 3
Kevin Devaney – 1
David Cawley – 1
Vinny Faherty – 1
Bray Wanderers – WLLWW
Galway United – DLDWD
19 August 2016 | Galway United 0-2 Bray Wanderers
Bray Wanderers goalscorers: Dylan Connolly, Chris Lyons