Q Radio Sport
There's a north Belfast derby in the Danske Bank Premiership on Friday night.
Crusaders will have home advantage against Cliftonville.
The defending champions are currently in sixth place, a point behind the Reds.
Joe Gormley can break Cliftonville's all-time goalscoring record.
He drew level with Kevin McGarry on 170 goals by striking twice in Saturday's 3-1 win over Ards.
Big North Belfast derby tonight in #DanskeBankPrem @CrusadersFC v @cliftonvillefc @JoeGormley9 could break Reds’ all-time goal scoring record. He might have a rival in teammate @steviegarrett10 - but the winger says he’d need to play for another 100 years! More sport on air at 9 pic.twitter.com/eki3UYne4N— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 5, 2018
Also on Friday evening, Ards face Institute in a bottom four clash in Bangor.
Derry City go to Limerick in the League of Ireland.
And the Northern Ireland under-19 women take on Kosovo in a Euro qualifier at Shamrock Park.