Donegal coach Paddy Bradley has said Donegal are well capable of getting something out of their championship clash with Derry today.
Victory at MacCumhaill Park could put Donegal into the last eight of the All-Ireland.
Bradley, who spent fourteen seasons as a Derry player, will hold no emotion going into today’s game.
The 42-year-old said Donegal are “full of beans” and training has been going well since beating Clare.
Spurred on by the comeback of the likes of Oisin Gallen and possible Patrick McBrearty, Paddy said there is a great battle for places in the squad.
He is hoping that home advantage will also be a factor in Donegal’s favour.
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