Tiernan Lynch’s men are hoping to continue their fine run of form on Saturday evening with a trip to face Mick McDermott’s Glentoran side in a 5.30pm kick off at the Oval.
Due to current restrictions, no away fans will be permitted for the Danske Bank Premiership encounter. However, supporters will be able to watch the game free of charge, with all information below.
The BBC will be providing coverage of Saturday’s game via the red button and will also be available on the BBC Sport NI website. As mentioned above, kick-off is at a later time of 5.30pm.
Glentoran have had a tough start to the season having only picked up a single point from their first three games. They will however come into the game full of confidence having just reached the final of the County Antrim Shield by defeating Cliftonville on Tuesday night. Last season, the Glens came out on top of the Inver Reds, winning two and losing one of the three league fixtures between the sides.
The Inver Reds
The Invermen have continued their excellent start to the league season, maintaining their 100% record with a 2-0 win against Ballymena last Saturday. Johnny McMurray made his return to the pitch on Tuesday night’s win against Linfield and as such will be available for selection. Conor McKendry and Ben Tilney continue to work towards fitness.