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Chris Curran expects Cliftonville and Glenavon to produce a stirring battle in tomorrow’s Danske Bank Premiership clash at Solitude.

The skipper believes the Reds will approach the game in high spirits following last week’s 5-1 victory over Dungannon Swifts but is well aware that the Lurgan Blues – who overcame the Swifts by the same scoreline in midweek – are a more than capable proposition.

“They’re obviously ahead of us in the table and we have to start clawing those teams back that are ahead of us,” asserts Curran.

“It’s going to be a good game – two really good sides and a lot of attacking quality on show.

“After the Dungannon game, I think we should be confident going into it. I don’t think there should be any fear. If we play with the same confidence, we won’t be far away.”

You can read the full Curran interview in tomorrow’s edition of our Matchday Magazine, which will be on sale at Solitude for £2.50.

Alongside your latest player poster, The Red Eye’s 15th issue of the campaign reflects on the Lurgan Blues’ season to date and steps 26, 84 and 130 years back down memory lane – plus plenty more besides.

Our Matchday Magazine has attained a top-three position in the NI Football Programme Collectors’ annual awards poll for the last seven seasons – assuming the runners-up position on six of those occasions – so, if you’re not a regular reader, why not take a look at what you’ve been missing out on?

Tickets are not required for this fixture and spectators can pay cash at the turnstiles.

Adults: £11
Concessions: £7

Members Tickets, Season Tickets and Family Tickets are valid for this match.

Supporters Information
Foodbank Collection: The Club will be hosting a Foodbank Collection in aid of North Belfast Advice Partnership before the game
Carol Service: All fans are invited to attend the Cliftonville FC Christmas Carol Service after the match