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The Tennent's Irish Cup sixth round takes centre stage on Saturday afternoon.
The stand-out tie is at Windsor Park with Linfield facing Crusaders.
Blues defender Chris Casement says it has all the ingredients for a cup classic...
Four ties are off due to frozen pitches.
Warrenpoint v QUB, also Glenavon v Dungannon Swifts, Ballinamallard United v Carrick Rangers and Ballymena v Portadown - rescheduled for Monday February 11th.
Tennent's Irish Cup Round 6
Larne Tech OB v Strabane Athletic
Larne v Crumlin Star
Linfield v Crusaders
Ballinamallard United v Carrick Rangers OFF
Ballymena United v Portadown OFF
Coleraine v Dergview
Glenavon v Dungannon Swifts OFF
Warrenpoint Town v Queen's University OFF
There was some late activity here on transfer deadline day.
Centre-back Albert Watson rejoined his old team Ballymena.
The former club captain left the Showgrounds in 2011 to sign for Linfield, then under current Sky Blues boss David Jeffrey.
33-year-old Watson has since played in Canada and Iceland.
Northern Ireland youth international defender Dylan King has moved from Glenavon to Coleraine - Rodney McAree's seventh signing in the January window.
Lurgan Blues midfielder Niall Grace has gone on loan to Cliftonville.
DEADLINE DAY Big Albert turns back the clock! @BallymenaUnited boss Davy Jeffrey strikes just in time to snap up @albertw5 - return to club for him via DJ's @OfficialBlues Canada and Iceland! Also, Niall Grace on loan @cliftonvillefc from @Glenavon_FC Fuad Sule new deal @larnefc pic.twitter.com/l8QnwnnAlf— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 31, 2019
Meanwhile, Institute manager Paddy McLaughlin is being linked with the managerial vacancy at Solitude.
There was due to be a crunch match in the bottom half of the Danske Bank Premiership on Friday night with Newry City hosting Glentoran.
However, it was called off after a pitch inspection and rescheduled for Tuesday, February 5th, 7.45pm.