WITH Cliftonville playing Lisburn Distillery on Monday night (7.45pm kick off), Crusaders will be hoping to bag three points against lowly Donegal Celtic and close the gap on their north Belfast rivals.
Glentoran, who are starting to find a bit of form in recent weeks, travel to the Showgrounds to take on Coleraine.
Ballinamllard Utd head to Glenavon and hope to get three points to keep in touch with Cliftonville who are the team to beat at the moment.
The Reds thrashed Ballymena Utd 8-0 last week at the Showgrounds and Liam Boyce has shown he is one of the hottes properties in the Irish League.
Ballymena manager Glenn Ferguson will be hoping to get one over his old boss David Jeffrey when his team travel to Windsor Park.
And Ronnie McFall, the league’s longest serving manager at a single club, will be hoping his team continue to improve and beat Dungannon Swifts.
Coleraine v Glentoran
Donegal Celtic v Crusaders
Glenavon v Ballinamallard United
Linfield v Ballymena
Portadown v Dungannon Swifts