Q Radio Sport
Linfield are back on top of the Danske Bank Premiership after beating Newry City 3-1 at Windsor Park on Saturday.
Defender Jimmy Callacher headed a hat-trick of goals for the Blues.
Champions Crusaders had a 3-0 victory at home to Glentoran.
Matthew Snoddy scored the opener in the first 10 seconds, catching out Glens keeper Elliott Morris with a half-volley from the edge of the area...
.@CrusadersFC @skimcrues grabbed one of the fastest goals you’ll ever see, timing his opener v @Glentoran at Seaview at an incredible NINE seconds! Lucky strike? “No, we sorta set it up from the start!” #DanskeBankPrem round-up on air at 6 pic.twitter.com/a3Etf7lqmq— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) October 13, 2018
Stephen Baxter says it was comfortable, despite having ex-Glens defender Sean Ward sent off in the second half...
Curtis Allen was ruled out through illness but some good news for the Glens was the return of his strike partner Robbie McDaid...
Meanwhile, Ballymena won 2-1 away to Institute and a last-gasp goal from Alan O’Sullivan gave Warrenpoint Town a 1-0 victory against Ards at the Q Radio Arena.
Coleraine lost 2-0 to the Nomads in Wales in the Irn Bru Cup on Saturday night and had two players dismissed after the interval, Stephen Lowry and Stephen O’Donnell.
The draw’s been made for the quarter-finals of the BetMcLean League Cup and if they beat Glentoran in the last 16 Coleraine would face Crusaders.
Tuesday 13 November 2018
Glentoran or Coleraine v Crusaders
Ards v Ballymena United
Newry City or Portadown v Linfield or Institute *
Tuesday 20 November 2018
Cliftonville v Dungannon Swifts
* Should Newry City progress to the quarter-finals to face either Linfield or Institute, the match will be played on Tuesday November 20th