Football Tips: Alan Cawley’s 6 best League of Ireland bets this weekend

Paddy's League of Ireland expert, Alan Cawley, returns to put you in on goal for another weekend's action.

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We’re back with another full round of fixtures in the SSE Airtricity League of Ireland this weekend and we’ve got three kick off times across Friday and Saturday. Kicking everything off is Sligo Rovers’ trip to Finn Harps at 5.45pm on Friday.

There’s two late kick-offs at 7.45pm on Friday with Drogheda hosting Derry City and Dundalk travelling to St Pats. On Saturday it’s Bohemians v Waterford and Longford hosting Shamrock Rovers to round the weekend off at 4pm.

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Sligo beat Shamrock Rovers on Monday to leapfrog them at the top of the table, quickly cutting Rovers’ early lead and surpassing it. It’s bunched up a bit at the top now with three points separating Sligo in 1st and St Pats in 3rd.

At the bottom Waterford and Longford are already becoming cut adrift with the latter off the bottom by a point. However, they’re already seven points adrift of Derry in 8th. So, with the scene set, here’s Alan to guide you through the action and deliver his Cawley’s Call for this weekend’s Irish footy.

Alan’s League of Ireland tips

Friday 5:45pm: Finn Harps v Sligo Rovers – Sligo To Win

Friday 7:45pm: Drogheda v Derry City – Drogheda To Win

Friday 7:45pm: St Patricks v Dundalk – St Pats To Win

Saturday 4:00pm: Bohemians v Waterford – Bohemians To Win

Saturday 4:00pm: Longford v Shamrock Rovers – Rovers To Win

Cawley’s Call: Bohemians, Shamrock Rovers and Shelbourne All To Win.

* All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.

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