There are two top-four games today
Two goals from Stephen O'Flynn helped Glentoran to a 3-1 victory in last night's Premiership match against Ards in Bangor.
FT: Ards 1-3 Glentoran. Back to back league wins on the road for Gary Haveron's men #DanskeBankPrem— Glentoran FC (@Glentoran) January 20, 2017
The former Crusaders striker put the visitors 2-0 up before ex-Glens player Kevin Bradley pulled one back.
Curtis Allen made the points safe with a third Glentoran goal near the end.
County Cork man O'Flynn replaced the suspended Nacho Novo in the starting line-up.
Ards manager Colin Nixon says his old club deserved the victory.
There are two top four battles this afternoon.
Leaders Crusaders host north Belfast rivals Cliftonville, while second-placed Linfield welcome David Jeffrey's Ballymena United to Windsor Park.
In the other fixtures, Ballinamallard host Coleraine; Glenavon go to Portadown and Carrick Rangers entertain Dungannon Swifts.