Third and fourth in action as the top two get set to continue their fight for the title

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Glenavon striker Andrew Mitchell.

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There are two matches in the Danske Bank Premiership on Friday night.

Third-placed Glenavon host Warrenpoint Town (7.45pm) while Cliftonville - currently sitting fourth in the table - travel to bottom club Ballinamallard (8pm).

The top two are are back on Saturday with leaders Crusaders welcoming Carrick Rangers.

The Crues are fresh from lifting the Toals County Antrim Shield with an impressive mid-week victory over Ballymena United at the Showgrounds.

Carrick remain in the relegation zone, but their former player, Crues winger Paul Heatley, says they're always up for a battle at Seaview...

Crusaders drew 3-3 with title rivals Coleraine in a classic at the Showgrounds last Saturday.

This weekend Oran Kearney's men make the trip to east Belfast to face Glentoran. 

Stripes forward Darren McCauley grabbed the equaliser against the Crues and he expects another difficult day...

In the other Saturday fixtures, Dungannon entertain Ards and Linfield are away to Ballymena.

Sky Blues defender Emmet Friars says they have to bounce back from the Shield defeat...

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