There's a top of the table clash as Cork City meet Bray Wanderers
Bray Wanderers collected their second big scalp in the space of a week last Friday night with a resounding 4-2 win over Shamrock Rovers at the Carlisle Grounds.
The win comes off the back of their victory at Premier Division champions Dundalk and Harry Kenny's men will be searching for a third consecutive win when they go to Turner's Cross on Friday night.
Cork City, meanwhile, have won 10 from 10 and look the heavy favourites to win the title at this early stage of the season.
That's thanks in no small part to the efforts of striker Sean Maguire who has notched eight goals in the league thus far and has attracted interest from English Championship side, Preston North End.
We know quite a bit about the player and this was a good chance to watch him live with us not playing until Monday," Preston boss Simon Grayson told the Lancashire Post this week.
"If the opportunity arises for me to go to England and play in a high level like the Championship, we'll have to talk about it at the time," he said. "I'm fully focused on what to do with Cork City. We're heading in the right direction towards the league title."
On this week's Team 33, Raf Diallo caught up with the Republic of Ireland's record goalscorer, Robbie Keane, who confirmed he would be ready for one last adventure in football.
Cork City vs. Bray Wanderers, Turner's Cross (7.45pm)
Galway United FC vs. Dundalk, Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm)
Drogheda United vs. Sligo Rovers, United Park (7.45pm)
Derry City vs. St. Patrick's Athletic, Maginn Park (7.45pm)
Bohemian FC vs. Finn Harps, Dalymount Park (7.45pm)
Shamrock Rovers vs. Limerick FC, Tallaght Stadium (8pm)
Waterford FC vs. UCD, Regional Sports Centre (7.45pm)
Wexford FC vs. Cabinteely, Ferrycarrig Park (8pm)
Shelbourne vs. Cobh Ramblers, Tolka Park (7.45pm)
Longford Town vs. Athlone Town, City Calling Stadium (Saturday 29/4, 7.30pm)