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Tuesday night's scheduled Danske Bank Premiership game between Cliftonville and Glentoran was called off.
The fixture has been postponed until April 20th due to international call-ups for the visitors.
Glens goalkeeper Dayle Coeling is a star player for Gibraltar, while midfielder Gaël Bigirimana has captained African nation Burundi.
Coeling earned rave reviews for his recent display in the World Cup qualifier against Norway, including this from a former Premier League player:
The other Tuesday matches went ahead:
FT: #DanskeBankPrem— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) March 30, 2021
Ballymena 2-0 Carrick
Dungannon 0-4 Glenavon
Portadown 1-2 Crusaders
Coleraine 2-0 Larne
Sky Blues up to fourth.
Rory Patterson red card for Swifts
Comeback win for Crues.
Coleraine 7 behind Blues, game in hand.
Here's the updated @DanskeBank_UK Premiership table after mid-week wins for @ColeraineFC @Glenavon_FC @BallymenaUnited and @CrusadersFC— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) March 30, 2021
They go again Friday and Saturday:#DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/JHJtwCCLF3
Meanwhile, the Republic drew with Qatar.
FT: International friendly— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) March 30, 2021
Qatar 1-1 Ireland
James McClean put the Republic in front in Hungary early on - but the World Cup hosts hit back, Mohammed Muntari with the 2nd half equaliser
Ireland manager Stephen Kenny is still waiting for his first win after 11 games in charge pic.twitter.com/Ca3EVpTht0
Qatar were permitted as a guest team in the European qualifiers to allow them some good preparation matches ahead of the World Cup.
They are the host nation and have an automatic place at the tournament.
They were assigned to Ireland's Group A of qualifying. All the matches are classed as friendlies so they do not count towards the points tally.
Previously, they defeated Azerbaijan and Luxembourg.
Qatar are basing themselves in Europe for these games to reduce travelling for the opposition.