Crues and Coleraine set for a fight to the finish as title race enters the home straight

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Crues winger Gavin Whyte and NI u21 teammate Mark Sykes of Glenavon. Image: NIFL.

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The destination of the Gibson Cup is set to be decided over the next four Saturdays.

Crusaders remain two points clear of Coleraine going into the home straight, after the title rivals drew 1-1 at Seaview on Easter Tuesday.

The Crues host Glenavon this weekend. Here's club captain, Colin Coates...

Second-placed Coleraine welcome Cliftonville in a rehearsal for next month's Irish Cup final.

The north Belfast side are in a three-way battle for third place with Linfield and Glenavon. 

Bannsiders star Josh Carson has told Q Radio they're relishing the challenge from Barry Gray's team...

The other Danske Bank Premiership Section A fixture is Linfield against Ballymena.

Blues boss David Healy says they're determined to clinch a place in Europe...

A double blow for the Sky Blues is that midfielder Gary Thompson and striker Johnny McMurray have been ruled out for the rest of the season with injuries that require surgery. 

In Section B on Saturday, Glentoran face Ards in Bangor, Dungannon entertain Carrick and Warrenpoint Town travel to Ballinamallard.

All the games kick-off at the usual time of 3pm.

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