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Matchday Guide: Cliftonville v Larne, Sat 20th February (3pm)

The Invermen are on the road again this Saturday afternoon, travelling to North Belfast to face Paddy McLaughlin’s Cliftonville in a 3pm kick off at Solitude.

Tickets and Entry

Saturday’s game will be played behind closed doors due to current Covid-19 restrictions. Supporters will once again be able to access a livestream of the game, with all information included below.

Live-Streaming

Cliftonville will be providing the livestream for Saturday’s game which can be purchased for £7.00 via the following link: https://www.247.tv/gaa/niprem/video/1174159-cliftonville-v-larne-saturday-20th-feb-2021-3-00pm

The Opposition

Cliftonville come into Saturday’s game sitting 5th in the table and come into the game following a hard fought draw away to Portadown last Saturday.

The Inver Reds

Tiernan Lynch’s men go into Saturday following a dominant display against Dungannon Swifts last weekend. Unbeaten in their last five games, the Inver Reds will be looking to maintain this run in Saturday’s difficult away fixture. Following an injury picked up in last weekend’s game against the Swifts, Josh Robinson is likely to be absent from the team sheet meanwhile, Davy McDaid continues to battle back from an injury sustained against Portadown a number of weeks ago.

Last Time Out

A last minute winner secured all three points for Larne the last time these two sides met back in November at Inver Park. The game looked to be heading for a goalless draw when Josh Robinson popped up with a 95th minute winner to grab the win for the Invermen.

Video

1st March 2021

HIGHLIGHTS | Linfield 2-1 Larne

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1st March 2021

REACTION | Linfield 2-1 Larne

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26th February 2021

HIGHLIGHTS | Cliftonville 1-0 Larne

Match highlights from Larne’s 1-0 defeat against Cliftonville at Solitude.

26th February 2021

REACTION | Cliftonville 1-0 Larne

Ian Cahoon speaks to Tiernan Lynch after a 1-0 defeat . .