Here's all your LOI fixtures for this weekend

Bohemians look to derail top of the table Cork City

Richmond Park

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Cork City have set the early pace atop the SSE Airtricity League this season and have notched eight wins from their opening eight games.

They travel to Dalymount Park on Friday evening and could potentially extend their lead over champions Dundalk to nine points.

A win for Bohemians would keep them ahead of fierce rivals Shamrock Rovers and could see them break into the top four.

Rovers, meanwhile, host Declan McIntyre's Sligo Rovers. McIntyre got his tenure off to a winning start at home to Bohs last week, but now face the daunting trip to the capital.

Of course, their clash will not have been the only game played at Tallaght Stadium this week. On Monday evening, Stephanie Roche scored the only goal of the game as the Republic of Ireland's Women's National Team (WNT) beat Slovakia 1-0 in an international friendly.

The result comes off the back of the WNT speaking about their treatment at the hands of the Irish football's governing body, the FAI.

Elsewhere, Stephen Kenny's Dundalk host Bray Wanderers at Oriel Park. It's a battle of the bottom two as St Pat's travel to United Park to take on Galway United.

Derry City host Finn Harps at Maginn Park.

You can catch up on this week's SSE Airtricity League podcasts and on Tuesday's Team 33, where former Celtic defender and Lisbon Lion, Jim Craig, chatted about his key role in the 1967 European Cup final.

Premier Division

Galway United vs. St Patrick's Athletic, United Park (7.45pm)

Dundalk vs. Bray Wanderers, Oriel Park (7.45pm)

Derry City vs. Finn Harps, Maginn Park (7.45pm)

Bohemian FC vs. Cork City, Dalymount Park (7.45pm)

Shamrock Rovers vs. Sligo Rovers, Tallaght Stadium (8pm)

Limerick FC vs. Drogheda United, Market's Field (Saturday 15/4, 7.45pm)

First Division

Wexford FC vs. Cobh Ramblers, Ferrycarrig Park (8pm)

Waterford FC v.s Athone Town, Regional Sports Centre (7.45pm)

UCD vs. Cabinteely, UCD Bowl (7.45pm)

Longford Town vs. Shelbourne, City Calling Stadium (Saturday 15/4, 7.30pm)