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Dundalk look overpriced even with title hopes blown

Limerick have every chance of troubling ordinary St Pat's

Dundalk celebrate an FAI Cup goal against Shamrock Rovers
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Kick-offs from 3pm Saturday

There are five League of Ireland Premier Division games on Saturday and Cork City will be crowned champions if Dundalk falter at Finn Park.

If Dundalk were still seriously in the title hunt they would be something like 2-9, but they can be backed at 8-15.

We can expect changes from Stephen Kenny with Tuesday's crucial FAI Cup semi-final replay at Tallaght in mind, but the price looks a shade long.


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Limerick were 16-5 to beat St Patrick's earlier this week, but that price has dried up. Neil McDonald's men have clearly improved and have every chance of troubling an ordinary enough Pat's side.

A lay of the hosts at around 6-5 looks the play, as Limerick are not short of confidence after two fine performance against champions-elect Cork.

Sligo's game against Bohemians should be tense as the hosts badly need a win, but the prices seem about right.

However, Galway look worth a bet at Bray. Wanderers' European hopes are fading while Galway are one of the form sides in the league, and it is no surprise that they have been supported.

Recommendations
Dundalk
2pts 8-15 Paddy Power
Limerick +0.5 on handicap
2pts 5-6 bet365
Galway draw no bet
2pts 11-10 Paddy Power


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If Dundalk were still seriously in the title hunt they would be something like 2-9, but they can be backed at 8-15
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