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Glentoran are back on top of the Danske Bank Premiership after a 4-0 win against Glenavon.
Title rivals Linfield lost 3-1 away to Larne.
It means the east Antrim team completed back-to-back victories over Belfast's Big Two following Saturday's 2-1 win against Glentoran.
Stat expert Marshall Gillespie has confirmed it's the first time in 44 years they've beaten the Glens and the Blues in the league in the same season.
But Mick McDermott's men returned to winning ways at the Oval on Tuesday night ahead of this weekend's Irish Cup clash at Queen's.
Before that, there's expected to be more transfer activity at the east Belfast club.
FT #DanskeBankPrem @Glentoran 4— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 28, 2020
O’Neill x2 Nasseri, McDaid@Glenavon_FC 0 @larnefc 3
Randall, McDaid, Flowers @OfficialBlues 1
Glens go top with easy win
Larne complete Big Two double & produce GIF of the season!👇 pic.twitter.com/8mqFdEaKOD
@Glentoran top of the league! Glens climb to the summit as it’s announced they’re set for a further windfall from investor Ali Pour. Exciting times at The Oval - and at Inver Park. Victory v @OfficialBlues completes a Big Two double for @larnefc ... pic.twitter.com/TNi3UZEvwa— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 28, 2020
🎥 Decent day for @Glentoran boss @MickMcDermott - 4-0 win, back on top of #DanskeBankPrem and further significant investment in the rejuvenated club - “Really positive news...” #Glentoran pic.twitter.com/eD1vW5CKyB— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 28, 2020
🎥 Look who’s back for @Glentoran - it’s only goalscoring hero @curtis_allen Biggest cheer of the night when he came on at the Oval in 4-0 win v @Glenavon_FC to end a long injury lay-off. So he’s returned & despite reported interest from other clubs has no intention of leaving: pic.twitter.com/dbjwDFpTFM— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) January 28, 2020