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Coleraine have been cagey about whether they can win the Danske Bank Premiership.
But today a key figure behind the remarkable success of Oran Kearney's Blue and White Army opens up about the title prospects of OKBAWA and quotes OBAMA.
Coleraine chairman Colin McKendry has been speaking to Q Radio Sport about his club's title prospects.
The unbeaten Bannsiders are five points clear at the top and McKendry says they intend to stay there and lift the Gibson Cup for the first time since their one and only title triumph, back in 1974.
McKendry says the Stripes sitting at the summit isn't a big surprise to him.
Coleraine face Linfield at Windsor Park on Saturday.
They're 11 points ahead of the defending champions, with David Healy's men currently fifth in the standings.
The chairman says they can beat the Blues for the second time this season, but is he confident of victory?
Meanwhile, Blues boss David Healy is desperate for a win after their controversial mid-week cup exit at Crusaders.
Linfield defender Chris Casement says despite the defeat it was an improved performance against the Crues.
Second-placed Glenavon make the journey to basement club Ballinamallard.
Here's Lurgan Blues coach, Kris Lindsay.
🔷🔶 Following on from Tuesday's win at The Oval the boys are back on the road again this Saturday as we face @Ballinamallard KO 3pm— Glenavon FC (@Glenavon_FC) November 16, 2017
Let's see you there in what is another important game #GHBAWA pic.twitter.com/RJj8dfru04
Crusaders host second from bottom Carrick Rangers and Crues captain Colin Coates has a warning for anyone expecting an easy win.
Gary Haveron's Glentoran go to Warrenpoint.
In the other matches, Cliftonville play Ards in Bangor and Ballymena welcome Dungannon Swifts.