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The semi-finals of the Toals County Antrim Shield take place on Tuesday night (both 7.45pm).
Crusaders play Carrick Rangers at Seaview.
Gavin Whyte hit a hat-trick when the Crues crushed Carrick 7-1 earlier this month.
There's speculation of renewed interest from clubs across the water, but the winger says he's in no hurry to leave Seaview.
In the other Shield semi, Ballymena United host Ards, a repeat of their recent League Cup quarter-final.
Sky Blues keeper Ross Glendinning says he's looking forward to facing his brother Reece, who's on loan at the north Down club from Linfield.
IT'S SEMI-FINAL DAY!— Ards FC (@ArdsFC1900) November 28, 2017
We play @BallymenaUnited at Ballymena Showgrounds in the @ToalsBookmakers County Antrim Shield.
Kick-Off is at 7.45pm.
The PASC bus leaves the Ards FC Sports Club at 6.15pm, while the NDSC bus departs from Molly Brown's at 6.30pm.#RABA pic.twitter.com/dbdk2riOZZ
Meanwhile, 14-year-old goalkeeper Conner Byrne helped Glenavon beat Portadown in Monday night's Mid Ulster Cup semi-final.
It finished 2-1 to the Premiership side at Shamrock Park.
Congratulations to our u16 goalkeeper Conner Byrne on making his senior debut aged just 14 in the first teams 2-1 win tonight away to Portadown. Amazing achievement and testament to his hard work and attitude over a number of years.— Glenavon FC Academy (@GlenavonAcademy) November 27, 2017