AUDIO: John Caulfield Ahead of League Clash Against Derry City
Cork City and Derry City face each other again tonight at Turner’s Cross, in what will be their third meeting in two weeks.
John Caulfield's side go into the game in second place, while Derry's victory over Shamrock Rovers last weekend has lifted them to eighth place in the table.
City are on a run of four consecutive home wins since their defeat to Limerick; their last league game at Turner's Cross saw them defeat St. Pat's by three goals to one.
The sides have met four times this season, with City recording three wins and one draw.
That draw took place two weeks ago at the Brandywell in the FAI Cup, with City winning the replay and both of their league encounters so far.
Their last league meeting at Turner's Cross took place in April, with Karl Sheppard scoring twice after John O'Flynn had broken the deadlock as City won 3-0.
Click PLAY below to hear from Cork City Manager John Caulfield and how he expects a different Derry opposition tonight.
Tune in to The Big Red Bench on Saturday evening from 6pm for all the post match reaction from tonight's game.
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