Glenavon return home tomorrow afternoon as they prepare to face Carrick Rangers.
Over the last few seasons, this fixture is one that promises to host some drama. From red cards to huge goal differences, nothing will come as a surprise tomorrow as these two sides clash.
In his post-match interview on Tuesday night, the Manager highlighted the need to maintain recent performance levels.
“We want to get a victory against everyone no matter where we go,” he said.
“We wanted to get a victory against Linfield [on Tuesday] and against Crusaders last Saturday, you can see that from our performances but we couldn’t get one.
“We go into every game looking three points and we’ll go into the game on Saturday looking for the same. If we can get the performance levels that we’ve had over the last couple of games we’ll have every chance of that.”
He added, “We need to keep our discipline too, which we have been doing in recent games after having had a few players sent off at the start of the season and that will give us the best chance of getting a result.”
After a run of two narrow defeats to Crusaders and Linfield, the Lurgan Blues will be hoping that results will start going in their favour tomorrow afternoon.
Haughey, O’Connor, J Doyle and Glynn remain injured and will be unavailable for selection tomorrow afternoon.
Match Sponsor: SK Tree Services/Gareth Lough Joinery
Ball Sponsor: Ian Malcomson
Man of the Match: Barry Craig and Ethna Ferran
Referee: Shane Andrews
Assistant Referees: Andrew Nethery, David Burns
Fourth Official: Steven Gregg