Gray cracks whip: 50 shades of Red not good enough - we must be more consistent

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Cliftonville manager Barry Gray, off to Q Radio Arena.

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There are three matches in the Danske Bank Premiership on Tuesday night.

Former Warrenpoint Town boss Barry Gray goes back to the Q Radio Arena as manager of Cliftonville.

It's been a roller-coaster recently for the Reds - losing 6-4 at Ballinamallard, then beating Crusaders 4-1, before going down 3-1 to Ballymena in Saturday's BetMcLean League Cup semi-final.

Gray is calling for consistency...

A win in Warrenpoint would move the Solitude side level on points with Linfield in fourth place. 

The Point go into the game without teenage sensation Lorcan Forde, who's on trial with Premier League Burnley until Wednesday.

Manager Matthew Tipton, a former full-time pro himself, believes the 18-year-old can make it across the water...

In the other games on Tuesday, Glentoran go to Carrick and Glenavon face Ards in Bangor. 

They all kick-off at 7.45pm.






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