AUDIO - John Caufield and Kevin O'Connor preview Dundalk clash
There's a huge game here on Leeside this weekend.
Cork City host their old rivals Dundalk at Turners Cross on Saturday afternoon in a 3pm kick off.
Midfielder Greg Bolger misses out for City with a calf injury, while John Kavnagh is close to a return to the first team but Saturday's game comes just a little bit too soon for him.
City held their pre match press conference at their Bishopstown training ground today, where boss John Caulfield and full back Kevin O'Connor (at 16.26) spoke to the assembled media - press PLAY. Caulfield begins by paying tribute to Ryan McBride.
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