Preview: Danske Bank Premiership fixtures

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Glens Boss Gary Haveron

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The weekend's Danske Bank Premiership action kicks off tonight with Glenavon hosting Carrick Rangers at 7.45.

It's the second match this week for David McAlinden's men who suffered a last-gasp defeat against Ards in Carrick on Tuesday night.

Linfield face Glentoran at Windsor Park in the pick of the fixtures tomorrow.

Both are unbeaten - the defending champions are sitting second with the Glens just a point behind them in third place.

Blues boss David Healy is expecting his team's most difficult game of the campaign so far....

Linfield haven't lost a domestic match since January, but Glens manager Gary Haveron hopes to change all that...

Striker Curtis Allen is set for a showdown with his old team...

The Glens' top scorer was linked with a move back to Windsor during the summer, but says he's more than happy where he is...

With the Blues in the Irn-Bru Cup last week, Coleraine seized the opportunity to go three points clear at the top by beating Glenavon 4-2.

Oran Kearney's pacesetters take on Ards in Bangor tomorrow aiming for a sixth successive league victory.

Here's the North Down side's ex-Linfield forward Jonny Frazer ...

The other Saturday fixtures are Cliftonville against Dungannon Swifts, Ballymena away to Warrenpoint and Crusaders on the road to Ballinamallard. 

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