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Glenavon are away to Crusaders in the Danske Bank Premiership on Friday night (7.45pm).
A win would move Gary Hamilton's men to within three points of the third-placed Crues with a game in hand.
Glenavon go into the game on the back of a dramatic 2-1 victory at Glentoran on Monday night.
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Derry City are in League of Ireland action, away to Shamrock Rovers.
Saturday fixtures include the clash of the top two at Windsor Park - Linfield against Ballymena in a re-run of the League Cup final from last Saturday night which the Blues won 1-0 thanks to Andy Waterworth's early strike.
If the Sky Blues win this time, the gap at the top would be reduced to three points and they have a game in hand.
There's a basement battle in Bangor - Warren Feeney's first match in charge of Ards is against Newry City. A victory for the north Down side would leave the relegation rivals level on points.
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Meanwhile, Larne are set to clinch promotion to the top flight.
They go to Harland and Wolff Welders in the Championship.
Danske Bank Premiership -
Friday, 7.45pm -
Crusaders v Glenavon
Saturday, 3pm -
Ards vs Newry City
Coleraine vs Glentoran
Institute vs Dungannon Swifts
Linfield vs Ballymena United
Warrenpoint Town vs Cliftonville