Can Cork City make it a perfect 10?
Cork City this week bid farewell to one of the club's most loyal servants in the shape of Colin Healy and will no doubt miss his services for the remainder of the season.
John Caulfield's side look to make it 10 wins from 10 this week when they travel to Richmond Park to take on St Patrick's Athletic.
The home side have struggled for consistency and have picked up a win against Bohemians, a loss to Limerick and a draw away to Galway United in their last three games.
Dundalk will look to keep pace with the league leaders when they welcome Bohemians to Oriel Park on Friday evening.
Stephen Kenny's men appear to already be feeling the pressure, prompting their manager to clash with Caulfield already this campaign.
Bray Wanderers remain hot on their tails and have put aside some shaky early form to win their last four league games - including a 3-1 win away to Dundalk.
Bray Wanderers' Keith Buckley celebrates after beating Dundalk last week. Image: ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy
Drogheda United have the chance to move above Finn Harps when they go to Finn Park in Friday's late kick-off, while Limerick FC can cement their spot in fourth with a result against bottom side Galway United.
Meanwhile, Sligo Rovers can secure back-to-back wins for the first time this season when they host Derry City on Saturday.
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Dundalk vs. Waterford FC
Sligo Rovers vs. Galway Utd
Shamrock Rovers vs. Longford Town
Cork City vs. St Pat's
St Patrick's Athletic vs. Cork City, Richmond Park (7.45pm)
Dundalk vs. Bohemian FC, Oriel Park (7.45pm)
Limerick FC vs. Galway United, Market's Field (7.45pm)
Bray Wanderers vs. Shamrock Rovers, Carlisle Grounds (7.45pm)
Finn Harps vs. Drogheda United, Finn Park (8pm)
Sligo Rovers vs. Derry City, The Showgrounds (Saturday 22/4, 7.45pm)
Athone Town vs. Wexford FC, Athlone Town Stadium (7.45pm)
Cabinteely FC vs. Waterford FC, Stradbrook (7.45pm)
Shelbourne vs. UCD, Tolka Park (7.45pm)
Cobh Ramblers vs. Longford Town, St. Colman's Park (Saturday 22/4, 7.15pm)