Wexford will hope to make it seventh time lucky when they welcome Bray Wanderers to Ferrycarrig Park on Friday night (kick-off 7.45pm).
Brian O’Sullivan’s side have lost each of their last six games, conceding 25 goals in the process.
The worst of these came away to UCD last Friday, as the Students put eight past Wexford at the UCD Bowl.
Wexford can at least point to better performances against Bray this season, having lost 2-1 after extra time in the EA Sports Cup after taking the lead through Janabi Amour.
O’Sullivan has a full squad to pick from apart from Conor English, who is a doubt for the game.
Gary Cronin’s side can make it three wins on the bounce when they travel to Wexford on Friday.
The Seagulls come into the game on the back of a 3-1 win over Athlone Town at the Carlisle Grounds.
Goals from Ryan Graydon, Dylan Barnett and Callum Thompson to all three points just days after their 3-0 win over rivals Cabinteely at the Carlisle Grounds.
Joe Doyle is a doubt for the game as he recovers from a knock and midfielder Paul Keegan is available once again after suspension.
Referee: Kevin O’Sullivan
Bray have won four of their last five First Division games.
Wexford have conceded 25 goals in their last six games.
Three out of four of Wexford’s First Division home games this season have ended in draws.
Wexford 5/1; Draw 10/3; Bray Wanderers 4/11.
Wexford 0 – 3 Bray Wanderers
Doubtful: Conor English.
Doubtful: Joe Doyle.
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