Gary Hamilton wants to see his Glenavon team take their chances when they meet Loughgall for the second time in a week.
Tonight’s Mid-Ulster Cup game is a re-run of last week’s BetMcLean League Cup side, which the Championship pacesetters won 2-1.
The Lurgan Blues bounced back on Saturday with a 5-0 demolition of Dungannon Swifts, and the Glenavon boss wants to see more of the same in tonight’s game.
“We just want to be clinical,” he said.
“I thought the players got harshly criticised last time out against Loughgall. With the amount of chances we had against them last week we should have won two games of football.
“Unfortunately we didn’t take them and yes, the result was unacceptable but I felt our performance got unfairly criticised.”
He continued, “That’s football sometimes, if your luck’s down and you can’t seem to get out of it that’s the way it goes.
“Thankfully [against Dungannon] we took our chances and hopefully we can build on that.”
The squad is likely to be rotated from Saturday’s win over the Swifts, with some of the squad’s younger players likely to get a start.
Kick-off is at 7.45pm.