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Landmark Matchday Guide: Crusaders v Larne

We have reached the final week of the regular Danske Bank Premiership season, with Larne taking on Crusaders at Seaview to wrap up the campaign. The game kicks off at 5.30pm and below is all you need to know about the game.

Tickets and Travel

This is an all ticket match and you can purchase yours HERE. Tickets are priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions, with only a limited number of the latter available.

All three Supporters Clubs are running transport for this encounter. Please see the Inver Red & Whites, Larne NISC or Larne Reds pages to book a place on each bus. Supporters Liaison Officer Richard Todd can also help with this process.

The game will be NOT shown live on the BBC iPlayer.

1889 Sports and Social Club

It’s another Away Days special at 1889 today! Call in to see what’s on offer as they open their doors from 12noon, with pints for £3.50  and four bottles for £10.

Crusaders

The home side come into the game one place ahead of the Invermen in fourth. Stephen Baxter’s men also have the Irish Cup final to look forward to in a week’s time. In the three games between the sides so far this season the Seaview outfit have enjoyed the upper hands with two wins to Larne’s one.

The Inver Reds

Regardless of the outcome of today’s game Larne know they will finish the season in fifth place. However, the motivation for Tiernan Lynch’s men will be to continue their solid post split form, which seems them unbeaten in the last four games and not having conceded a goal in the last 318 minutes of football.

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