By Q Radio Sport
Two of the unbeaten teams go head-to-head on match day three of the Danske Bank Premiership tomorrow.
Early leaders Crusaders are at home to third-placed Coleraine.
New signing Josh Carson has been in inspired form for the Bannsiders during the opening matches.
Glenavon take their 100 per cent record to the Ballymena Showgrounds.
David Jeffrey's men are aiming for their first win of the campaign after a defeat and a draw.
But Lurgan Blues coach Kris Lindsay says he's wary of the threat posed.
Linfield continue their defence of the title with a game against Dungannon at Stangmore Park.
Swifts boss Rodney McAree admits it's a daunting prospect.
Next up for Linfield is a trip to Stangmore Park, Dungannon... pic.twitter.com/kBkGHSHr8Y— Linfield FC (@OfficialBlues) August 17, 2017
After beating Dungannon mid-week, Glentoran are back at the Oval to face Carrick Rangers.
Glens manager Gary Haveron hopes new striker Robbie McDaid will be available to make his debut...
In the other fixtures, Cliftonville go to Ballinamallard and Warrenpoint Town host Ards.
All the games start at 3pm.