FAI Cup R3
Date: 3 p.m. June 6, 2010
Venue: Palmerstown CS
Bohs boss Pat Fenlon is taking nothing for granted despite the lowly status of their opponents.
"We will give Glenville the respect that they deserve because the team are having a very good season in their league. They have done very well to get into the FAI Cup 3rd round and I am sure they are looking forward to the game", Fenlon said.
Raffaele Cretaro (shin) is the only injury worry for Bohs. Fenlon is expected to make use of Bohs A Championship squad and rest some first team players ahead of the trip to Galway United on Tuesday.
Bohemians come into the game on the back of a Setanta Cup victory over St Patrick's Athletic, a hard fought draw with Shamrock Rovers and a comprehensive win over Bray Wanderers as they continue their push toward reclaiming their Premier Division trophy.
Glenville, who beat UCC to get to this stage, will be hoping to pull off a major shock by upsetting the reigning League of Ireland champions.
Glenville Celtic have their home base in Palmerstown Community School. They have been progressing through the leagues under the guidance of manager James Russell, whose cousin Martin has been having such success with UCD. In the season just finished they failed for the first time in seven years to secure promotion.
Referee: P. McLaughlin
Extratime Prediction: Comfortable win for Bohs. 3-0.