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The Big Two Glentoran v Linfield Danske Bank Premiership clash at The Oval finished scoreless on Saturday.
Glens star Robbie McDaid had a late penalty saved by Chris Johns.
But then at the other end, Andy Waterworth had a shot cleared off the line by Rhys Marshall at the death.
FT: #DanskeBankPrem— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 1, 2021
Glentoran 0-0 Linfield
Coleraine 2-0 Cliftonville
Ballymena 3-1 Glenavon
Portadown 1-2 Warrenpoint
Crusaders v Larne, 5.30pm#FootballForAll pic.twitter.com/kNKyx1xmBS
Coleraine beat Cliftonville 2-0 to move above the Glens into second place and close to within six points of Linfield.
Ben Doherty struck twice from the spot for the Bannsiders.
In the late Section A game, Larne stormed back to inflict another home defeat on Crusaders.
FT: #DanskeBankPrem@CrusadersFC 1— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 1, 2021
Clarke @larnefc 3
McMurray, Hale Mottley-Henry
Stunning second-half comeback from the visitors from a goal down at the break. Crues crushed again at Seaview. #FootballForAll
So the latest standings, following the first game after the split, look like this:
The Irish Cup draw threw up a repeat of last season's semi-final as the tie of the round.
Glens v Reds and the rest are all happening next Saturday:
Irish Cup 2nd round draw— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 1, 2021
Dergview v St. James Swifts
Larne v Dollingstown
Glentoran v Cliftonville
Linfield v Dungannon
Ballymena v PSNI
Knockbreda v Crusaders
Bangor v Carrick
Loughgall v Warrenpoint
Next Sat. May 8th#SadlersPeakyBlinderIrishCup#FootballForAll pic.twitter.com/C9aH8y02bq
Before the cup, there's another set of fixtures in the Premiership mid-week: