Healy's men head to Solitude as they aim to keep the pressure on league leaders

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Blues star Joel Cooper - suspended for Solitude.

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After the Boxing Day derby drama, there's another full fixture list in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday.

League leaders Ballymena are at home to Newry City.

Linfield go to Cliftonville having cut the gap at the top to just two points with Wednesday's 4-0 win over Glentoran.

The Reds were hammered 5-1 at home by their local rivals Crusaders, but Blues boss David Healy is wary of a backlash from Barry Gray's team...

Linfield's man of the match against the Glens, Jordan Stewart, says they know what to expect at Solitude...

Glentoran have Crusaders at the Oval, part one in a league and cup double-header.

Manager Ronnie McFall says the Glens need a win, but they'll have their work cut out against the defending champions...

Robbie McDaid is suspended for the Glens after his mid-week red card at Windsor Park.

McFall says to stand a chance the east Belfast side need to keep 11 players on the pitch...

Coleraine make the trip to Warrenpoint, with both sides going into the game on the back of Boxing Day derby draws.

Point keeper Aaron McCarey is set to leave the club next week to join League of Ireland champions Dundalk.

But he's confident Stephen McDonnell's men will survive without him...

In the other games, Glenavon host Institute and Ards go to Dungannon.

They all start at 3pm. 


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