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Landmark Matchday Guide – Glenavon vs Larne

The Invermen travel to Mourneview Park to take on Glenavon in the Danske Bank Premiership. Kick-off is at 7:45pm.

Tickets and Travel

Tickets for this game are available to purchase online at the following link – http://www.glenavonfc.com/away-ticket-sales/

For those unable to purchase tickets online, there will be tickets available to purchase within the stadium. However, Glenavon urge supporters to purchase their tickets online to speed up access, avoid cash handling and for track and trace purposes.

Inver Red & Whites supporters club and Larne NISC are both running buses to tonight’s game. Inver Red & Whites bus will be leaving 1889 at 6:15pm with Larne NISC’s bus leaving Larne Rangers Club at the same time. Both buses currently still have spaces available.

1889 Sports and Social Club

It’s “Away Days” at 1889 today! There will be a happy hour from 4-6pm where you will be able to get a pint for £3.50, 5 bottles of Carlsberg for £10, 4 bottles of selected beer and cider for £10 and a Copeland Gin & mixer for £5.

The Inver Reds

Tiernan Lynch’s men will be looking to get back to winning ways in the Danske Bank Premiership after a 0-0 draw with Carrick Rangers in the East Antrim Derby at the weekend. The Invermen are currently sitting 4th in the standings.

The Opposition

The Lurgan Blues held last year’s champions Linfield to a 0-0 draw at the weekend and are currently sitting in 8th position in the table. Andrew Doyle will be suspended for this fixture after receiving a red card in the previous game.

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MATCH REACTION | Ballymena United 0-4 Larne | County Antrim Shield

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