Glens and Lurgan Blues go head to head tonight in Oval showdown

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The game is a re-arranged fixture, coming after defeats for both sides at the weekend

Glentoran face Glenavon at the Oval tonight in a re-arranged Danske Bank Premiership match.

Nacho Novo could be included in the Glens line-up after recently receiving a death threat.

Lurgan Blues keeper Johnny Tuffey is offering support to the 37-year-old former Rangers player...

Northern Ireland international Tuffey knows Novo from his time in Scotland...

Both teams are aiming to bounce back from defeats on Saturday.

Glenavon surprisingly lost 1-0 at home to Ballinamallard, sending them tumbling from second in the table to sixth.

The Glens are ninth in the standings having lost four of their opening six Premiership fixtures.

The latest defeat was against Ards at the weekend when they went down 2-0 in Roy Coyle's first match back as caretaker boss.

The most successful manager in the club's history and current Director of Football says the fans deserve better...

It's two weeks today since Alan Kernaghan quit as Glentoran manager after their shock League Cup defeat against Annagh United.

Full-back Marcus Kane, who's recovering from injury, says the Glens need to get back to basics this evening ...

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