Baxter rejects claims his Crues are hot favourites for 3rd title in a row

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Crues Manager Stephen Baxter. Image courtesy of NIFL.

Meanwhile Glens boss Gary Haveron is promising wholesale changes to his squad

Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter is rejecting reports his team are now hot favourites to take the Premiership title for the third year in a row.

After a 3-0 win against Glentoran on Saturday, the Crues remain seven points clear of Linfield with 13 games remaining.

But Baxter says it's far too early to start talking about titles with the Blues and Cliftonville, who visit Seaview on Saturday, also in great form.

Glentoran manager Gary Haveron is promising a radical overhaul of his squad. 

He's been speaking to Q Radio Sport after Saturday's 3-0 home defeat against champions Crusaders.

Glens striker Nacho Novo was sent off a minute before half-time for an alleged head-butt.

Haveron says big changes are on the way at the Oval.


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