Chris Shields is amazing, he has been excellent tonight. 4 added minutes.
Junior through on goal finds the side netting from a tight angle. Poor finish.
Dummigan with a serious problem with his knee, he's forced off, Dundalk down to ten as all subs have been used.
Dundalk turning on the style now. Shields finds Duffy who flicks it to McEleney who measures a brilliant pass to Junior, but the Englishman cracks the near post from 9 yards out. Great move, deserved a goal.
Somehow Waterford don't score. Sobowale flashes an effort across goal from a Mascoll free kick delivery toward John Martin who somehow manages to hit the bar from three yards. The ball flases back toward goal and Mashigo directs his effort off target.
Dummigan playing at left back for Dundalk with Jurkovskis moving over to the right. Waterford finally sustaining some attacks.
Somehow John Martin hits the butt of the post with the goal at his mercy after being played clean through.
Duffy should have had his second but Martin saves from point blank range well.
A long ball from Shields finds Junior who lays it off to Midtskogen. The Norwegian finds Duffy and he dribbles, cuts inside and Henry-esque bends the ball beautifully into the far corner. What. A. Goal.
Shields can sniff goals now, slices wide from the edge of the box after a Waterford clearance. One added minute.
Prince Mutswunguma appeared to go through the back of Junior. Looked quite harsh from here, but skipper Shields steps up and tucks the penalty low to the keeper's right.
Penalty Dundalk, foul on Junior!
Waterford's best way to find a goal is to win the ball high up the pitch. John Martin wins the ball off Cleary and sets away Waite but Shields covers excellently and mops up for Dundalk.
Dummigan crosses to the back stick to Duffy who volleys left-footed first time but it's straight at Martin in goal.
Waterford create their best chance of the match. John Martin gets in down the right and squares it to O'Reilly but the Corkman cannot stretch enough to direct the ball beyond Cherrie from 6 yards.
Duffy has a rasper of a shot after a period of Dundalk possession. Luckily for Martin in goal it is straight at him.
McMillan's night is over he's picked up an injury, Junior set to come on.
Both Dundalk wingers getting in the half spaces very easily causing problems for the Waterford back four.
Michael Duffy delivers the most delicious of free kicks right onto the head of Andy Boyle who makes no mistake in powering the header beyond Paul Martin. 0-1.
Jurkovskis jinks by Power and digs out a cross which just evades McMillan.
Intricate play from the away side sees messrs Duffy and McEleney link up but the latter drags his effort well wide.
Kevin Sheedy's side struggling to put any sort of possession but manage to win the ball high up in Dundalk's half. Waite dribbles at the Lilywhite defence but scoops his effort over.
Dundalk well on top, keeping the ball well, Duffy looking dangerous switching from left to right.
Dummigan beats Mascoll and finds McEleney inside the box but his cross is blocked. Huge shouts of handball again from the corner but referee Derek Tomney waves away Lilywhite protests.
Shields wins the ball back off O'Reilly before switching the play to Jurkovskis, but the Latvian can't beat the last Waterford defenders anfd they clear their lines.
John Martin has a go from 20+ yards out but it goes harmlessly into the gloves of Cherrie in the Dundalk goal.
Duffy springs in behind after a pass from Cleary. The Derryman chests the ball down before Blues keeper Paul Martin smothers, McMillan was on the follow up but couldn't muster an effort an goal. Lively start here as John Martin goes up the other end and goes down in the box, but no penalty given.
Midtskogen saunters up the right and finds McEleney before he finds Dummigan. The Northern Ireland international crosses but Waterford clear.
Huge Dundalk shouts for a penalty after Midtskogen crosses from the right, appearing to strike the hand of Muntswunguma. Ref waves away protests, McMillan heads over from the corner.
McMillan slips in behind the Blues defence but scuffs his effort wide of the far post.
Welcome to the RSC, as Waterford welcome Dundalk to the grey and overcast south-east for the sides first meeting of the season.
Kevin Sheedy names only two outfield subs on his bench, whereas Dundalk interim boss Jim Magilton makes one change from the side which beat Drogheda last week, Midtskogen replaces the injured Han.
David Wilson on hand to provide updates for the evening and the report.