By Q Radio Sport
Former Warrenpoint Town manager Barry Gray returns to his old club for the first time on Saturday as Cliftonville boss.
The Reds are on a roll, having won all their matches in November without conceding a goal.
They've found it difficult at Milltown over the years though, something Gray's well aware of - he was in charge of his home town club for a decade up until last season!
Cliftonville's north Belfast rivals Crusaders are also flying high and currently sit second in the Danske Bank Premiership.
They are set to host a struggling Glentoran team.
Here's Crues boss Stephen Baxter...
Crusaders are six points behind table-toppers Coleraine who travel to Carrick Rangers.
The east Antrim side suffered heavy defeats recently, but lost narrowly in the Shield semi-final at Seaview mid-week.
Manager David McAlinden says his players have another chance to shine this weekend against the league leaders...
Linfield go into their home game against Dungannon boosted by the signing of St. Patrick's Athletic forward Kurtis Byrne, who'll be available when the transfer window opens next month.
Blues defender Mark Stafford says the Swifts have proved difficult opponents, even at Windsor...
In the other fixtures on Saturday, Glenavon play Ards in Bangor and Ballymena entertain Ballinamallard.
Kick-off time for all the matches is 3pm.