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All five matches are due to kick off at 730pm on the final day of action

All five matches are due to kick off at 730pm on the final day of action

We know the champions but there is much still to be decided on the final day of the League of Ireland Premier Division

At the foot of the table, Cork City have already been relegated to the second tier, while Longford are one match away from joining Drogheda United in the top division as they await their opponents in the play-off

That side could be Finn Harps but Ollie Horgan’s side could pull off a great escape if they beat Waterford tonight and results go their way Shelbourne and Derry City are still not safe from the drop and will be looking for points tonight

At the other end of the table, champions Shamrock Rovers can go the season undefeated if they don’t lose to Shelbourne

But much attention will be paid to the race for Europe with Waterford, Sligo and St Pat’s having a final day chance of joining Rovers and Dundalk in the top four

All five matches are due to kick off at 730pm and you can follow the goals as they go in right here on Irish Mirror Sport

The relegation fight takes another turn as Beineón O’Brien-Whitmarsh has put Cork City ahead against Derry City

Aaron Greene has put Rovers 2-0 up and now Shelbourne are in real danger of slipping into ninth place

Danny Grant, who has been linked with Hull City today, has drawn Bohs level just before half-time

The great escape is on for Finn Harps as Adam Foley puts them ahead against Waterford With Shelbourne losing to Shamrock Rovers, it means Finn Harps would go ahead of Shels if things remained the same

The champions have gone ahead thanks to a lovely goal from Byrne Jack Brady had no chance in the Shels goal

Karl Sheppard finds the back of the net for Shels with a good header but the flag goes up for offside!

A cross from Jesse Deves’ cross from the right ends up flying over the head of Gary Rogers and into the net!

Much remains up in the air ahead of the final day of the League of Ireland season

If you are confused about all of the permutations, then our football correspondent Paul O’Hehir has summed it all up:

Ollie Horgan faces an awkward balancing act as he has one eye on this weekend’s playoff decider that he still hopes to avoid FINN HARPS will pull off the great escape and dodge that clash with Longford Town if they beat Waterford at home tonight and either Shels or Derry City lose Horgan, who scouted Longford in Friday’s First Division playoff final win over Galway, said: “We have to go for it, but if we fail we have to be prepared for the weekend” Fourth-placed WATERFORD could finish third if they win in Ballybofey and Dundalk lose at home to Sligo Rovers, but keeping the chasing pack at bay is the order of the day Sam Bone (hamstring) remains on the sidelines and Blues boss Fran Rockett said: “Harps have been a bogey team for us in recent games They are a tricky side” DUNDALK expect to have Patrick McEleney and Daniel Kelly fit for their FAI Cup quarter-final with Bohs on Friday week McEleney shipped a groin injury against Arsenal while Kelly has a knee injury but boss Filippo Giovagnoli said: “The news about Patrick is good,” he said “It looks like he will be back earlier than we first thought “We’re taking it day by day with Daniel He was close to coming back against Arsenal and it was the same with Rapid” Dundalk need a point against SLIGO ROVERS tonight to secure Europe for next season but Chris Shields (suspended) misses out while Michael Duffy is a doubt At Richmond Park, ST PAT’S will finish fourth and in the European shakeup if they beat BOHEMIANS and Waterford and Sligo both lose Injured Darragh Markey is the Saints only absentee and boss Stephen O’Donnell said: “We’re going into this on the back of two good performances “There’s a lot still to play for but we’ve a poor record against Bohs and we need to change that” The Gypsies are without Anto Breslin and Keith Buckley (both suspended), Andy Lyons (arm), Danny Mandroiu (groin) and Dawson Devoy (illness)

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