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Striker Josh Magennis has been ruled out of Northern Ireland's upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
He's replaced by Kyle Lafferty who gets a recall after being dropped from the original squad.
There are several other injury concerns for manager Ian Baraclough ahead of Thursday's game in Lithuania.
Northern Ireland squad update— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 30, 2021
Magennis out, Lafferty back in.
Bara - “A number of key players have taken a knock during the weekend games so we’re keeping a watching brief. The next 24 hours will be important.”#GAWA
Irish FA: pic.twitter.com/hcB49C0wB8
There are three matches in the Danske Bank Premiership on Tuesday night.
Cliftonville host Coleraine, Crusaders play Portadown and Carrick Rangers welcome Warrenpoint Town.
It's the second round of fixtures in the new campaign with the Reds and Warrenpoint hoping to maintain their 100 per cent records after wins at the weekend against Carrick and Ballymena respectively.
In Gaelic Games, Declan Bonner's staying on as Donegal manager - he was the only applicant for the job.
Staying put: Declan Bonner will remain as Donegal senior football manager for two more years.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 30, 2021
He has been ratified by the county board to continue, having taken over ahead of the 2018 season. He had previously been at the helm between 1997 and 2000.#Donegal #GAA pic.twitter.com/ARospHL0ty