Top two go head-to-head at Seaview but weather again takes its toll elsewhere

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Coleraine chairman Colin McKendry, looking forward to trip to Seaview.

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Crusaders host Coleraine in a top-of-the-table Danske Bank Premiership clash tonight.

The Crues are currently two points clear of Oran Kearney's men with five games to play.

Coleraine chairman Colin McKendry rejects claims the Seaview sell-out is a title decider, saying there are still plenty of points up for grabs...  

The Bannsiders won on the Shore Road earlier in the season and defender Gareth McConaghie wants a repeat performance...

However, Crues striker Paul Heatley says they have no intention of giving up top spot...

This is the first set of fixtures after the spilt with teams playing the side next to them in the standings.

In the other top six matches, Linfield go to Glenavon while Ballymena welcome Cliftonville.

In Section B - Ards play Warrenpoint Town in Bangor but two games are off - Glentoran against Dungannon at the Oval and the relegation battle between Ballinamallard and Carrick has also been postponed.

All the surviving matches start at 7.45pm.



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