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Championship leaders Larne have a chance to show what they can do against top flight opposition on Tuesday night.
They're away to holders Crusaders in the semi-finals of the Toals County Antrim Shield.
The tie was originally due to be played at Inver Park but it's been switched to Seaview as Larne didn't have a Premiership licence.
The east Antrim side are currently 13 points clear at the top of the second tier.
MATCHDAY: We can't get to the County Antrim Shield Final without your support! Get yourself to Seaview tonight and get right behind the players as they strive to get the club to a Senior Final for the first time since 2005. #RAWA #WeAreLarne pic.twitter.com/qusSHJ1vUi— Larne Football Club (@larnefc) November 27, 2018
The top two in the Danske Bank Premiership were due to meet in the other semi-final.
But - after a 4.45pm pitch inspection on Tuesday - and following hours of torrential rain, the game between Ballymena United and Linfield was postponed.
They can try again on Saturday when they're due to meet in a Premiership clash, again at the Showgrounds.