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Crusaders and Coleraine are neck-and-neck going into the final three games of the Danske Bank Premiership.
The Crues top the table on goal difference as they prepare to face last season's champions Linfield at Seaview on Saturday.
The Blues pipped their opponents to the Gibson Cup a year ago and manager David Healy expects a fired-up home side.
But Northern Ireland's record scorer says his players are ready for it as they aim to stay third and maintain their challenge for a European place..
Following last week's draw at home to Glenavon, Crues manager Stephen Baxter says further tough tests lie ahead...
Double-chasing Coleraine are at home to Ballymena while the other Section A game is Cliftonville against Glenavon.
Will you be there for the final home game of the season?— Coleraine FC (@ColeraineFC) April 13, 2018
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In Section B, Warrenpoint Town have Glentoran at the Q Radio Arena, Ards go to Carrick Rangers and Ballinamallard host Dungannon Swifts.
The Mallards are two points behind Carrick so could move from the foot of the table if results go their way.
Kick-off for all the matches is 3pm.
Manager Stephen Mc Donnell ahead of tomorrow's home fixture against Glentoran - 🗣️'Performances in our recent matches give us much confidence leading into this fixture'— Warrenpoint Town FC (@thepointfc) April 13, 2018
Kick-off is @3PM tomorrow. Everyone is welcome to the Q Radio Arena. 🔵⚪ #DanskeBankPrem pic.twitter.com/7rHMRkwOmd
Meanwhile, Ards have accused Glentoran of a lack of respect over the pursuit of their manager Colin Nixon.
They claim the Glens continued to court Nixon's services this week, even after he agreed to sign a new contract to stay with the north Down club.