Arsenal can return to the Premier League's top four this evening.
The Gunners will hope to take advantage of Chelsea's defeat to Liverpool yesterday, when they travel to Watford.
However, despite five wins in their last seven matches in all competitions, Arsenal have won just two of their last 12 on the road.
Their opponents Watford are unbeaten at Vicarage Road since St Stephen's Day.
SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions Dundalk, after back to back defeats, host second place Bohemians, at 7.45.
Third place Derry go to St Pats.
Sligo Rovers are home to Waterford.
Cork City play UCD.
In the KDFL’s CR Wynne Feeds Senior Division
Caragh Celtic 1 Clonmullion 7
Suncroft 5 Rathangan 0
Naas United 3 Kildare Town 2
We’ll have all the results in Kildare Scoreboard at 630pm
Israel Falou has been sacked by Rugby Australia for his homophobic social media posts.
The Wallabies full back sent an Instagram photo which said homosexuals, drunks and atheists would burn in hell if they don't repent.
His employers said the post breached their Professional Players’ Code of Conduct.
New Zealand's Damian McKenzie is the latest high-profile player to be ruled out of the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
The 23 year old full back has been sidelined for up to 9 months, after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament, while playing for the Chiefs in Super Rugby at the weekend.
McKenzie has scored 12 tries, and kicked 20 points during his 23 test caps for the All Blacks.
A round of the EMS Copiers Senior Football Leagues was held on Saturday.
Moorefield stay top of Division 1 after a 1-17 to 2-8 win over Johnstownbridge
Celbridge 1-24 Maynooth 1-9
Round Towers 2-9 Carbury 1-12 – a draw
Naas 2-7 Sarsfields 0-8
Confey 1-13 Athy 2-10 – a draw
Leixlip 0-14 St. Laurences 0-12
In Division 2, there were wins for Ballyteague and Rathangan.
In Division 3 for Monasterevin, Ballymore, Sallins and Allenwood
In Division 4 for Rheban, Robertstown and Cappagh
***We’ll have all the results in this evening’s Kildare Scoreboard from 6.30pm
The Haven Hire Senior Hurling Championship Preliminary Round has been fixed for next weekend: all games in St. Conleth’s Park
Ardclough V Celbridge 2:00
Coill Dubh V Naas 3:45
Clane V Leixlip 5:30
Easter Monday, 22 Apr
Confey V Éire Óg Corra Choill 2:00
Reminder that this evening’s Kildare Scoreboard, with Eoin Beatty, from 6,.30pm will review all the weekend Kildare Sport: results, reports and interviews.