Q Radio Sport
There's a huge weekend ahead for football here.
It includes two derby matches in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
Ballymena welcome Coleraine while Linfield host Glentoran (both 3pm).
Saturday evening see another crunch clash for the Belfast rivals but this time in the Women's Premership with Glentoran and Linfield Ladies meeting at the Oval (7.30pm).
Victory for the Blues and they would be well on the way to retaining their league title.
🎥 Huge day of ⚽️ ahead inc. Big Two double header@OfficialBlues v @Glentoran 3pm @GlentoranWomen v @LinfieldLadies 7.30— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 13, 2019
Unique combo. Just like these 2
Alan Perry Blues ladies coach, daughter Lauren the keeper!
They say it works a treat, with a few rules:
More on air am pic.twitter.com/hnRDLRjQhQ
Meanwhile, holders Derry City welcome Dundalk to the Brandywell for the final of the EA Sports Cup (8pm).
With the cup final at the same venue, Institute's Premiership game with Larne has an earlier kick-off of 2pm.
Parky's ready, are you? https://t.co/yHnsXFFrml— Derry City FC (@derrycityfc) September 14, 2019
Danske Bank Premiership
Institute vs Larne
Ballymena United vs Coleraine
Crusaders vs Glenavon
Dungannon Swifts vs Cliftonville
Linfield vs Glentoran
Warrenpoint Town vs Carrick Rangers
Danske Bank Women's Premiership
Glentoran Women v Linfield Ladies
EA Sports Cup Final
8pm, Brandywell -
Derry City v Dundalk