Healy urges his players to make history and reach the Europa League play-offs

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Bastien Héry in action for Linfield.

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Linfield could become the first Irish League team to reach the play-off round of the Europa League tonight.

They take a 2-1 lead into the home leg of their third round tie against Sutjeska of Montenegro.

Blues boss David Healy wants his players to make history at Windsor Park...

Linfield Ladies have their final Women's Champions League qualifier later.

They face host club Anderlecht in Brussels still in with a chance of topping the group.



In the women's Premiership last night, Sion Swifts beat Glentoran 3-2 to go level on points with the second-placed Glens.

Tasmin McCarter, Kristin Desmond and Donna Kay Henry scored for Sion with Kelly Bailie striking twice for the east Belfast side.

There are five matches in the Danske Bank Premiership this evening.

They include an east Antrim derby for early pacesetters Larne, who travel to Carrick Rangers.

Tuesday August 13, 7.45 - 

Carrick Rangers vs Larne 
Cliftonville vs Glenavon 
Crusaders vs Warrenpoint Town 
Glentoran vs Coleraine
Institute vs Dungannon Swifts


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