Q Radio Sport
It's a big weekend for football here with crunch games in the Danske Bank Premiership, the BetMcLean League Cup final and Derry City kicking off their League of Ireland season - away to Dundalk.
Friday night sees four Premiership fixtures with the Big Two both in action.
Leaders by four points Linfield are on the road to struggling Ballymena United.
Glentoran face Carrick Rangers at The Oval.
Dungannon Swifts welcome Larne and there's a massive match at the foot of the table with the bottom two meeting at Milltown - Warrenpoint Town against basement club Institute.
Clear Blue water@OfficialBlues 4 clear with win @thepointfc@ColeraineFC go 2nd level on points with @Glentoran@CrusadersFC & @cliftonvillefc drop points v Mid-Ulster Prem teams @Glenavon_FC @DgnSwifts @CarrickRangers rock DJ@larnefc sail home @Institute_FC #StormCiara pic.twitter.com/RMOQEahxqW— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 8, 2020
Also on Valentine's Day, Derry City launch their League of Ireland campaign with the toughest fixture of all - defending champions Dundalk at Oriel Park.
Topping the weekend bill is the BetMcLean League Cup final on Saturday night at Windsor Park where Crusaders take on Coleraine.
🎥 @CrusadersFC boost: Midfield star @Roryh96 is back in business— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 6, 2020
The 23yo has shaken off a knee injury & is targeting a place in next week's @Bet_McLean #LeagueCup final v @ColeraineFC keen to go head-to-head with old @derrycityfc mate @ben_doherty16!
Rory’s on air on the hour pic.twitter.com/ePxWNROv9H
🎥 Countdown's on to #BetMcLean #LeagueCup final at Windsor Park on Saturday night@CrusadersFC v @ColeraineFC— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 13, 2020
Star striker @JMcG_96 set to face former club...Bannsiders full-back Aaron Traynor says he can't wait! #Coleraine #Crusaders #NIFL pic.twitter.com/XwgcMI8AqV
Friday February 14, 7.45pm -
Danske Bank Premiership
Ballymena United vs Linfield
Dungannon Swifts vs Larne
Glentoran vs Carrick Rangers
Warrenpoint Town vs Institute
League of Ireland, 7.45pm -
Dundalk v Derry City
Saturday, Windsor Park, 7.30pm -
BetMcLean League Cup final
Crusaders v Coleraine
Breaking: Irish FA charges @thepointfc & @BallymenaUnited with spectator misconduct & Point keeper Mark Byrne with bringing the game into disrepute & assault or battery of an opponent or other person. Follows Feb 1st Irish Cup tie at Milltown. Hearing to take place next Wednesday pic.twitter.com/5ch9JL6gU9— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) February 13, 2020