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Ards will aim to move off the bottom of the Danske Bank Premiership on Friday night (8pm).
A win in Bangor against Coleraine would see them go a point clear of Newry City in the standings.
The teams had a scoreless draw at the same venue in September as Rodney McAree was taking over as Coleraine boss.
However, the Bannsiders have found their form in recent weeks and have been boosted by a number of new signings.
Ards also have new faces though.
Meanwhile, Cliftonville and Institute have dipped into the market...
Cliftonville Football Club are pleased to announce the pre-contract signings of central midfielder Aaron Harkin and right-back Seanna Foster, both of whom will move to Solitude in the summer.https://t.co/HsztKodfwd pic.twitter.com/LYzWLzxDSt— Cliftonville FC (@cliftonvillefc) January 17, 2019
Manager Paddy McLaughlin with the clubs two new signings Thomas McBride and Paul Smith— Institute F.C. (@Institute_FC) January 17, 2019
Welcome to the club lads! pic.twitter.com/CFzyXhOPGj
The action continues on Saturday at 3pm with the stand-out fixture at Seaview -
Crusaders v Linfield
Dungannon Swifts v Cliftonville
Glenavon v Ballymena United
Glentoran vs Newry City
Warrenpoint v Town v Institute