Healy wary of Glens after revival in fortunes under club legends Smyth and Leeman

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Monday Night Football at Windsor - the Big Two.

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Linfield host Glentoran in the Danske Bank Premiership on Monday night.

A victory would take the Blues six points clear of Ballymena at the top.

If the Glens win, they'd move up to seventh, a European play-off place.

David Healy's men thrashed their old rivals 4-0 at Windsor Park on Boxing Day as the Glens were on a record losing streak under Ronnie McFall.

However, the east Belfast side have enjoyed a recent revival in fortunes under new manager Gary Smyth and assistant Paul Leeman, both legendary players at the Oval. 

Healy is wary of the threat posed but says his players are up for the Big Two battle...

The game is live on Sky Sports and kicks-off at 7.45pm.

New signing, former Derry and Sligo centre-back Gavin Peers is available for the Glens after his international clearance was received.

Video courtesy of Glentoran FC and Digivibe Media.


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