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There's due to be a full programme of six matches in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
Leaders Linfield host Coleraine, with Rodney McAree's men aiming for a second successive win at Windsor Park.
Here's Blues full-back Niall Quinn...
Paddy McLaughlin takes charge of Cliftonville for the first time - with a home game against Newry City.
He says if Reds fans are expecting great things under his management he's up for the challenge...
Newry boss Darren Mullen is a good friend, but he intends to spoil Paddy's party at Solitude...
McLaughlin's replacement at Institute, Kevin Doherty, welcomes Ballymena United to the Brandywell.
'Stute star Michael McCrudden has said he won't play for the club again after signing a pre-contract agreement to join Derry City in the summer.
But Sky Blues midfielder James Knowles thinks that could inspire the home side...
Crusaders travel to Dungannon Swifts, Glentoran go to Warrenpoint Town and Glenavon entertain Ards.
Lurgan Blues boss Gary Hamilton is hitting out at having two games in three days.
Glenavon are one of several teams also facing a re-arranged Tennent's Irish Cup tie on Monday night.
Hamilton's told the club website: “In my opinion it’s absolutely disgraceful to ask any team to play two games in three days.
"Look at England, Scotland or Spain or Italy and tell me the last time a team was asked to play Saturday and Monday – it just doesn’t happen."
Saturday February 9th, 3pm -
Cliftonville vs Newry City
Dungannon Swifts vs Crusaders
Glenavon vs Ards
Institute vs Ballymena United
Linfield vs Coleraine
Warrenpoint Town vs Glentoran