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Some Linfield fans are threatening a boycott of the match at the Oval after a complaint was made about the game on Boxing Day. Linfield condemned it in a hard hitting statement but yet some fans are still not happy. I'm with the club on this one. Things like that are things of the past and do little service to the game. I remain convinced that a huge crowd of Linfield supporters will be at the Oval. The Blues were rocked last week with the draw with Portadown and they cannot afford any more slip ups.
Glentoran are proving hard to beat in recent weeks and they too would love to adds to the woes of David Healy. If you did, then you can take over any time! Enjoy your football. Story Saved You can find this story in My Bookmarks. Each of those were achieved after setbacks. However in a season where the least acceptable target is European qualification, they remain well-placed and fighting fit on two fronts. An Irish Cup quarter-final beckons against old-rivals, Ballymena, and they are certain to be involved in the end of season Conference League play-offs.
And there remains a slight chance of closing the gap on Linfield and Cliftonville for an automatic Euro place. Tiernan Lynch made a decisive, bold move during the January transfer window splashing the cash for Lee Bonis 2nd left. The former Ports man will face Glentoran for the first time as a Larne player this evening.
Glentoran are yet to best Larne in three attempts, with the Inver-men the only side to have beaten the resurgent Glens twice. Cliftonville, also in action this evening, are odds-on to win at Dungannon, and Linfield look an even greater certainty to increase Portadown relegation worries at the National Stadium tomorrow afternoon.
And Linfield are of course, Linfield. The Blues can never be discounted. Their last eight outings have been tight, all decided by one-goal margins apart from two draws.