Having suffered defeat when the sides last met, Jonny Addis says Cliftonville know precisely what to expect when they host Ballymena United on Danske Bank Premiership duty tomorrow.
Six weeks after slipping to their first loss of the season at The Showgrounds, the Reds make their long-awaited return to Solitude for a contest that Addis believes home fans can help deliver a more favourable outcome in.
“They’re one of the few teams we haven’t beaten this year, so we want to put that right,” he says
“It will be good to get back to Solitude in front of our fans because we’ve got a good record so far this year. It will be a tough game. They really put it up to us down there and we know what to expect. Hopefully we can come up trumps and produce the goods.”
You can read the full Addis interview in tomorrow’s edition of our Matchday Magazine, which will be on sale at Solitude for £3.
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