The Hoops boss asked for Saturday's tie with Pats to be moved as two players were away on international duty.
A win for the home side will go a long way to keep Michael O’Neill’s men in the hunt for a World Cup berth.
A Dan Byrne header fifteen minutes from time was enough to give Bohemians all three points against Drogheda United on Saturday evening.
A first-half brace from Karl Sheppard was enough for the league leaders to see off the champions.
A powerful second half display sealed a third successive league win for Cabinteely at Stradbrook on Saturday night, allowing them to leapfrog Cobh Ramblers in the First Division table in the process.
Paul O'Conor's stunning long-distance strike earned Martin Russell's side their second win of the season.
Substitutes Kurtis Byrne and Josh O'Hanlon completed a second-half turnaround for the Saints after Gary Shaw had given Rovers an early lead.
Port Vale's on-loan winger Olamide Shodipo scored the decisive goal in the second half, finishing into an empty net from a Ryan Manning corner after the home side had largely dominated proceedings.
Cabinteely will be seeking a third successive victory when they welcome league leaders Cobh Ramblers to Stradbrook on SSE Airtricity League First Division Gameday 5.
Drogheda United will look to end a run of three successive defeats as they host Bohemians who are unbeaten in their last three games.