Banbridge Rangers host Newry City AFC on Saturday as they look to extend their unbeaten league run to ten matches.
This one’s a real six pointer as the visitors to Cheney Park can claw themselves back to within a point of Rangers in fourth spot if they can get a win.
However, victory for the Rangers would see them go up to third in the league table, leap-frogging Tandragee Rovers, who are in Premier Cup final action.
This and all games kick-off at 2.15pm.
Slane have slipped down to fifth in the Intermediate B league table. They’ll be looking to move back up with an away victory over Dungannon Tigers, the team directly below them in the rankings, this Saturday.
It’s been an indifferent and uncharacteristic run of late for David Johnstone’s side, who have picked up just one solitary victory in their last four outings.
They’ll be itching to get going after last weekend’s last gasp defeat to Bourneview Mills.
Another team coming off the back of an agonising loss is Scarva Rangers.
It’s back to the hard slog of league action for them this weekend in Division One. This weekend they travel to face Lurgan Institute, who themselves haven’t had an easy season, sitting second bottom.
In Division Three, Donacloney will be desperate to get three points which would lift them off the foot of the table.
They host Castlecaulfield, who are having a more successful season. The visitors are fourth in the table and could go second.
No mean feat then for Donacloney.