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Next weekend I am going to go with a Munster Double,

Waterford have lost 2 on the bounce, both away from home but next weekend they host Bray. Waterford have played 5 at home, winning them all, scoring nine conceding 3.

Bray have played 6 away from home 0-1-5, drawing away to Dundalk in the first game of the season. They have conceded 19 goals in the process scoring 2. Waterford @ 8\13

Cork City  travel to the capital next weekend where they play Bohs. Bohs have an ok home record 2-2-2, unbeaten in the last 3 but it must be said against the bottom 3. 

City were beaten in their last away fixture against Waterford but I think they can get back to winning ways @ 4\6 by beating Bohs at Dalymount Park. 

5 Pt double at odds of about 13\8

In the First Division I am going to keep it simple and go with the top two UCD and Drogheda 

UCD have a tough game at away to Longford Town. UCD have won 2 of 3 away from home losing the other one against Drogheda.  Longford are unbeaten at home in four, 3-1-0, two of their wins have come against the bottom two. UCD/Draw is @ 11\20 

Drogheda are away in Cobh. Cobh usually are difficult to beat at home, but this year they have lost both games v UCD and Finn Harps. They have yet to score  at home. Drogheda have an away record of 1-0-1 - 10 - 4 and are scoring for fun in general 23 in 7 games. Drogheda's experience in the Premier League last season should see them over the line here @ 10\11  

5 Pt Double pays 14.79

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Bohemians v Cork: Cork win @ 4/6 (Bet365).

Cork are 2nd in the table 2 points behind leaders Dundalk at this early stage of the season. They have not been their usual dominant self this term especially on the road where they have already lost twice in the league but they can get back to winning ways at Bohemians tonight. The home side have struggled for consistency in the league and are 7th in the table already 13 points behind Cork. Their only home win in the league in their last 5 games has come against bottom side Bray who they beat 2-1. Head to Head would also favour a Cork win with Bohemians having only won 1 of the last 10 meetings between the side and you have to go back to August 2014 for the last time Bohemians beat Cork at home.

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