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Glenavon and Cliftonville drew 1-1 in Monday night's Danske Bank Premiership clash at Mourneview Park.
Daire O'Connor put the Reds ahead in the second half, but Danny Purkis equalised five minutes later.
The game was live on Sky Sports and in his post-match interview manager Gary Hamilton claimed Glenavon got a raw deal on key decisions:
Cliftonville stay fifth in the table while the Lurgan Blues move up to seventh place.
So this is how the league table looks after it ended all square between @Glenavon_FC & @cliftonvillefc in Lurgan.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) December 14, 2020
Next up @Glentoran v @thepointfc Tuesday night at The Oval. Glens hoping to climb into the top six, the 'Point aiming to stay there!#DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/osTZkm42Vf
There's another match on Tuesday night - Glentoran face Warrenpoint Town at the Oval.
Barry Gray's team are sitting sixth, with the Glens two points behind them.
Warrenpoint have two players suspended after red cards on Saturday in the 2-1 defeat at Coleraine.
Goalkeeper Gabriel Sava is ruled out along with ex-Glens defender Gavin Peers, who picked up a second caution at the Showgrounds after coming back on to the pitch from treatment, apparently not realising he had just been substituted.