Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan said his team will be meeting the form team in the league in Bray Wanderers on Friday night (kick-off 8pm at Finn Park).
The Co. Wicklow club have won five games on the bounce, their latest win coming against Bohemians at the Carlisle Grounds last Friday night.
It's a run of results that's catapulted them to Premier Division safety, leaving Harps and Wexford battling it out for Premier Division survival.
“It’s getting harder,” Horgan said this week.
“We have people suspended again on Friday and we now have people injured.
“We’re playing the form team in the country in Bray Wanderers. I watched them last Friday and if they were still in the FAI Cup, I would actually back them.
“They are flying. They have a lot of experience, huge pace and now we’re going into it having played a massive game against Sligo and a massive game on Saturday in Galway.”
Harps fans travelling to Finn Park on Friday night will be keeping a close eye on developments at Richmond Park where St. Patrick's Athletic meet Wexford Youths.
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