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Linfield will this evening bid to become the first Irish League club to reach the group stages of a European competition.
The Blues are in Baku to face Qarabag in the second leg of their Europa League play-off.
David Healy's men lead 3-2 from last week's home tie at Windsor Park.
The manager says his players can again upset the odds against the Azerbaijan champions...
Kick-off is 5pm our time.
If the Blues progress, they stand to bank £4m in UEFA prize money.
Club chairman Roy McGivern says it's history in the making...
🎥 Excitement building in Baku where @OfficialBlues are on the verge of one of the greatest ever achievements by an Irish League club— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 28, 2019
They lead 3-2 going into 2nd leg of their #EuropaLeague play-off v @FKQarabaghEN
Here's chairman @RoyMcGIvern
Hear more on air am #Linfield pic.twitter.com/Apj2yLB2jp
Institute are through to the last 16 of the BetMcLean League Cup.
They twice came from behind to beat PSNI 3-2 in last night's second round game at Limavady.
Meanwhile, two Institute players have signed for Coleraine - keeper Martin Gallagher and midfielder Aaron Jarvis.
Bannsiders boss Oran Kearney has also snapped up striker Nedas Maciulaitis from Portadown club Annagh United who play in the NIFL Premier Intermediate League.