Late chance for Treaty. William Armshaw sticks a good ball into the area towards the waiting Sean McSweeney. His header is off target however.
Almost a breakthrough for Treaty. A good ball in from a corner sees a scramble and Fleming just puts it over after it was cleared off the line.
Ryan has to be quickly off his line to clear his lines after Beinoin O' Brien-Withmarsh almost puts Murphy through on goal
McGlade is next to force Ryan into action.
Shot comes in from Bargary low down but Ryan is equal to it.
City seem to be going more direct at the start of this half. A few times they have sought the quick long ball down to McGlade or Murphy. Yet to pay dividends
The City midfielder goes into the book after a challenge on Hanlon
Precise kick-out by McNulty almost sets Cian Bargary down the left. Mark Walsh is able to clear the danger though
Good chance for City after a free-kick. It is cleared initally before Aaron Bolger chips it back in. There is an overload at the back post but Ryan is able to smoother the opportunity by Cian Murphy. City's top scorer might have done better there.
McGlade cuts in again after beating Charlie Fleming. His shot is both tame and wide unfortunately.
Another chance for the home side as Christopher again is to the fore. His deflected effort almost catches out Mark McNulty.
Stephen Christopher sweeps in the corner but the referee has ruled there was a foul in the area.
Good ball into Kieran Hanlon but defended well by Cian Coleman.
Free-kick to Treaty as Ronan Hurley concedes a foul. The resulting effort leads to nothing though.
A hold-up here as a flare is on the pitch. Could really do without that
Early chance for the visitors as Dylan McGlade cuts in from the left and lets fly. His effort is dealt with by Tadgh Ryan
No-one would have expected the debutants from Limerick to be involved in the promotion shake-up approaching this stage. They are, and are there on merit. Can they hold on to their position as the final set of games approaches?
For Cork, it has been a season of inconsistency. More looking towards the botoom of the league than at the top. A run of good form before the Shels game has put them back within reach. A win against a side above them would be crucial though at this point.
City are able to welcome back Gordon Walker and Cian Coleman after they missed the defeat to Shelbourne due to suspensions. Good news on the injury front as the likes of Jonas Hakkinen, Gearoid Morrissey, Josh Honohan and Beinoin O' Brien-Withmarsh all come back into the squad.
Cian Murphy is likely to start up front by himself with support from Dylan McGlade and Barry Coffey.
For Treaty, Mark Ludden is suspended as his sending off against Galway two weeks ago. Joe Collins replaces him and Callum McNamara comes in for Sean McSweeney who had been carrying a knock recently.
Good evening and welcome to Markets Field. My name is Philip Morrissey and I will be providing the updates from tonight's encounter between Treaty Utd and Cork City. Extratime.ie continue to bring extensive coverage of the games across the leagues as the season reaches its climax.
The prize on offer for both sides is a spot in the promotion play-offs. And possibly top-flight football next year.
It is expected to be a bumper crowd as the Limerick fans have only one more home game left. Kick-off in less than half an hour.
Competition: 2021 League of Ireland First Division
Date: 7:45 p.m. Sept. 24, 2021