Team news for Glentoran game
Sligo Rovers meet Glentoran in the Setanta Sports Cup quarter-final second leg at The Oval tonight.
Rovers hold a 5-0 advantage from the first leg after goals from Lee Lynch (2), Anthony Elding, Ryan Connolly and Evan McMillan.
Rovers will be looking to make it through to the semi-final stage for the fourth year in-a-row which has never been previously achieved. Only Linfield (2005-2007), Drogheda (2006-2008) and Cork City (2006-2008) have matched Rovers current streak of three semi-finals in a row.
Following last Friday’s win over Derry City, the Bit o' Red will hope to continue a good start to the new season.
Lee Lynch has recovered from illness which ruled him out of the match in The Brandywell.
Aaron Greene is out with an ankle injury. Danny North is also absent because of injury.
Rovers boss Ian Baraclough said: “We’re going to go and try to win the game. We will use the squad as well because we have some players who need games and are looking for a chance to get into the team.
“We hold a very big advantage and need to finish the job and I’ll be looking for the right performance and result to do that.
“Lee should be in contention after a vomiting bug ruled him out of Friday’s game. It was unfortunate and we couldn’t take a risk on him or on it spreading in the camp.
"We trained on Sunday so we will check over the squad and go out and try to win the match.”
Iarfhalith Davoren can make his 100th appearance for the club and would join Alan Keane, Gavin Peers, Danny Ventre, Joseph Ndo and Raffaele Cretaro as players at the club to have done so.
He made his debut in the Setanta Cup at home to Cliftonville on 27/2/10.
His only goal to date was in the 2011 FAI Cup final.
Anthony Elding has scored in the first two games of the season, the last player to do so was Eoin Doyle in 2010 when he scored against Cliftonville then Shamrock Rovers.
The last player to score in the first three of a season was Paul McGee who scored in the first three of the 1975/76 season.