Gerard Lyttle: “We don’t dress it up (Limerick) as just another game, it’s massive in the battle for points in the position we are.”

  Sligo Rovers host Limerick on Friday in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division at The Showgrounds, kick-off 7:45pm. It is the start of the third series of matches for both teams. The fixture has so far produced away wins, 1-0 for Limerick on the opening day and 2-1 for Rovers in the

Limerick move five League of Ireland fixtures

  SSE Airtricity League Premier Division side Limerick FC have moved a number of home fixtures to Friday night kick-offs. Five matches have now been moved to Friday night's with kick-off at 7.45pm at the Markets Field. The five fixtures are:- Limerick v Bray Wanderers - Friday, June 29, 7.45pm Limerick v Waterford -  Friday,

Alan Reynolds: “Limerick will prove another challenge for us too. We’ve beaten them once already away from home but they’ll come here looking for a win and we have to be ready for that.”

  Waterford FC will look to get back to winning ways this Friday against Limerick at the RSC after consecutive draws on the road in the past week. Since the last home match two weeks ago, the Blues have drawn with Shamrock Rovers, before a late concession on Monday against Bray Wanderers

John Caulfield: “This league is 36 games; it will heat up in September when we go into the run-in and up to that point, you just have to be in the mix.”

  Cork City welcome Limerick to Turner’s Cross on Saturday afternoon, with kick-off at 2 pm. City, who suffered a 3-0 defeat to Shamrock Rovers on Monday night, have six wins from six at Turner’s Cross this season, following last week’s 1-0 win over Dundalk. Just like City, Limerick recorded a 1-0 win