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Linfield drew 1-1 with Dundalk in the first leg of the Unite the Union Champions Cup last night.
Shayne Lavery put the Blues in front early on at Windsor Park, but Daniel Kelly equalised after half-time.
The second leg is in Dundalk on Monday night.
Blues boss David Healy says there's all to play for after a tight game at Windsor...
Unite the Union Champions Cup Final, 1st leg @OfficialBlues 1 @DundalkFC 1— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 8, 2019
Glorious goal - MOTM Shayne Lavery again - gave Linfield early lead. Daniel Kelly 2nd half equaliser
2nd leg Dundalk Monday. All to play for. Great start for new competition @UniteunionNI pic.twitter.com/t00bPrMmjA
There are four games in the Danske Bank Premiership this afternoon.
Unbeaten leaders Coleraine welcome Glenavon.
Second-placed Cliftonville are just a point behind the Bannsiders going in their home game against bottom club Warrenpoint Town.
It's a return to Solitude for former Reds boss, Barry Gray.
Ballymena United face Carrick Rangers and Glentoran travel to Institute.
It's more like a home game for Glens defender, former Derry City player Paddy McClean who lives near the Brandywell.
A victory for the visitors would move Mick McDermott's men above Linfield and Crusaders into third place.
Danske Bank Premiership
Saturday, November 9th, 3pm -
Ballymena United vs Carrick Rangers
Cliftonville vs Warrenpoint Town
Coleraine vs Glenavon
Institute vs Glentoran
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