Battle resumes for Premiership top spot and Healy says he wants better from the Blues

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Coleraine's Rodney McAree and Blues boss David Healy. Pic: NIFL.

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There are five matches scheduled in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday afternoon (all 3pm).

Glentoran said on Friday night that due to the heavy rain their game against Ballymena at the Oval was doubtful - but updated Q Radio on Saturday morning saying it's now set to go ahead. 

Meanwhile, league leaders on goals scored, Glenavon, are due to welcome Warrenpoint Town.

Second-placed Linfield are hosting last season's runners-up, Coleraine.

The teams had a 0-0 draw in September in Rodney McAree’s first game in charge of the Bannsiders.

The Blues needed an injury time goal to draw with Warrenpoint at Windsor Park last Saturday and manager David Healy wants a big improvement...

The other Premiership Saturday fixtures are Dungannon Swifts against Institute and Crusaders facing Ards in Bangor. 

Many matches have been cancelled in lower leagues due to the downpour on Friday. 

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