By Q Radio Sport
There's a full programme of six matches in the Danske Bank Premiership tonight.
Early leaders on goal difference, Cliftonville, go to Coleraine.
Joe Gormley struck twice on his return to Solitude when the Reds beat Ards 6-3 on Saturday.
He says it's good to be back after a spell across the water and a lengthy injury lay-off:
Sunshine ✔— Cliftonville FC (@cliftonvillefc) August 12, 2017
Six goals ✔
Three points ✔
... and this man doing what he does best.
Welcome back, football! pic.twitter.com/yXeZzp2pYW
After an opening day victory at Dungannon, Coleraine's new signing Josh Carson says he's relishing the Cliftonville challenge...
Carson's former club, champions Linfield, take on Ards in Bangor
The north Down team's manager Colin Nixon says his friendship with Blues boss David Healy will be set aside for 90 minutes...
We play @OfficialBlues at the Bangor Fuels Arena tomorrow night. Here's the front cover of our matchday programme. Kick-off 7.45pm. #raba pic.twitter.com/WWOIz217DB— Ards FC (@ArdsFC1900) August 14, 2017
Crusaders welcome Warrenpoint Town to Seaview.
Point boss Matthew Tipton is demanding an improvement from Saturday night's home defeat against Glenavon.
Also this evening, Glentoran face Dungannon Swifts at the Oval, Carrick entertain Ballymena and Glenavon host Ballinamallard.
Kick-off time for all the matches is 7.45pm.
Match Day! @DgnSwifts come to The Oval with Glens looking to continue the great start. Season tickets also available at the game pic.twitter.com/7T062JbEzU— Glentoran FC (@Glentoran) August 15, 2017