The Super Blues boss has acknowledged that the Bray Wanderers have been competing with an ever-expanding injury list and has played down their heavy defeat to Shamrock RoversLimerick manager Stuart Taylor has called for caution ahead of the Airtricity Premier Division meeting between his side and Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds.
Pat Devlin's side suffered their heaviest ever defeat in their last league game against Shamrock Rovers when they succumbed to a 7-0 scoreline, but Blues boss Taylor has noted that the Seagulls have been missing several first-team players.
"I wouldn't be looking at that as a result thinking we have to go and get eight," Taylor told the Limerick Leader. "We'll need to see what team they put out on the day. It may be the same team, the player who were injured may still be."
Limerick will be without full back Patrick Nzuzi, who is serving a suspension after receiving a red card in the 2-1 win against Bohemians, but the Shannonsiders will otherwise have a full squad to choose from.
Bray Wanderers, meanwhile, must contend with a series of injury concerns. Club captain Danny O'Connor remains a doubt, as do Kevin O'Connor and Shane O'Connor, while Adam Mitchell, Kevin Knight, Daire Doyle and Jason Byrne could also miss out through injury.
Speaking to the club's official website, Bray manager Pat Devlin admitted that it would be a "very difficult" task to face Limerick with such a depleted squad.
"Limerick have done well since their return to the top flight and with our injury crisis it's going to be very difficult," he told the club's official website. "However we will get on with the job in hand."
Bray Wanderers host Limerick in the Airtricity Premier Division on Sunday, April 21. Kick off 15:00 BST.