Devers had a gilt edged chance but he was denied by McGinley.
4 minutes of added time in Finn Park
2,237 the attendance in Finn Park
Coughlan goes very close for Rovers, but his shot goes just over the bar.
Karl O'Sullivan scores for Finn Harps. O'Sullivan scores from short range after the set-piece move from Ryan Connolly. Sadiki will claim the assist with his header getting the ball to O'Sullivan so he could bundle it over the line.
Cretaro's ball makes it as far as Karl O'Sullivan, he tries to nick the ball under the body of McGinty but the flag goes up for offside.
The set piece move leads to a Finn Harps turnover.
Ronan Murray breaks away but his shot ends up being deflected out for a corner.
Noone drifts the ball in the ball gets recycled out to the midfielder but he puts the ball out of play.
There are two minutes of added time in Finn Park.
The other three Premier Division games all made it to half-time scoreless. This one looks like it'll be the same story in Donegal. Not an electric start to the season so far.
It's another poor free-kick from Noone and Rovers are unable to trouble Harps goal as we come close to half-time.
The ball is swung into the box but is nodded wide by a Harps attacker.
Buckley gets the ball from Coughlan's free-kick and tries to chop Harps goalkeeper, McGinley. The goalkeeper makes the save, however.
Penninkangas goes close for Rovers after good buildup from the away side. Buckley found Ronan Murray who popped the ball to the Finn at the back post but he couldn't get his effort on target.
Sligo Rovers have won a free kick. Darragh Noone will take it. Noone will be dissapointed with his delivery, the set piece was in a great position but Noone blazes the ball over the heads of everyone.
Kyle McFadden is booked for Sligo Rovers. McFadden earns the booking after a heavy challenge on Cretaro.
Cretaro finds the head of Sam Todd, but he can't put the ball on target with his head and it's a goal kick for Rovers.
Great to see Raff Cretaro starting for Harps tonight the 38 year old signed back for Harps this week. He began his League of Ireland career in 2000 and it's great to see him still in the league nearly 20 years later.
Our season previews on Extratime.ie have both sides facing a tough time of it at the bottom end of the table this season. Our matche preview for this game has predicted the sides to play out a 1-1 draw tonight.
It's 15 minutes to kick-off in Finn Park in this North-West Derby. These sides met 5 times last season in all competitions and had 2 wins each. They drew 1-1 last April in the Premier Division.