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Saturday 25th March v. Cliftonville (away) - Danske Bank Premiership - k.o: 3:00pm

Coleraine Match Preview
Uploaded Friday, 30th Sep, 2016 at 16:54

BALLYMENA United travel to the Ballycastle Road to face Coleraine in the first of this season's derby games.
Last season Coleraine won all four of the derby games, 3 in the Danske Bank Premiership and the other in the quarter-final of the JBE League Cup.
The last time Ballymena United won the derby fixture was in April 2015, a single goal from Darren Henderson enough to secure the win.
Darren Henderson scored the winner in the last United win at Coleraine
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Latest results v Coleraine (all league unless stated):
Ballymena United 0-2 Coleraine, Ballymena Showgrounds, 12th February 2016. Att: 1367
Coleraine 2-1 Ballymena United, Coleraine Showgrounds, 26th December 2015. Att: 2120
Ballymena United 1-2 Coleraine, Ballymena Showgrounds, 18th November 2015. (JBE League Cup Quarter-Final)
Ballymena United 0-2 Coleraine, Ballymena Showgrounds, 15th August 2015. Att: 1283
Coleraine:
Coleraine sit in 8th place in the table, having won 3, drawn 3 and lost 2 of their league games this season. Last weekend the Bannsiders hauled back a 2 goal deficit at home to Glenavon thanks to goals in the last 10 minutes from Jamie McGonigle and Jordan Allan. The previous week seen a single goal loss to Cliftonville at Solitude.
Ballymena United:
United are currently in 3rd in the league, having won 5, lost 2 and drawn 2. Last weekend they came from behind to defeat Glentoran courtesy of 4 second half goals, Allan Jenkins, Willie Faulkner and Tony Kane (2) all scoring to extend their unbeaten run to 7 games in all competitions.
Away Fans Transport:
Seven Towers Ballymena United Supporters Club bus leaves Henry Street at 2:00pm.
Match Officials:
Referee: Keith Kennedy. Assistant 1: George Argyropoulos. Assistant 2: Paul Berry. 4th Official: Ross Dunlop.
Match Information:
Seven Towers Ballymena United Supporters Club bus leaves Henry Street at 2:00pm.
What better way to spend your Saturday afternoon than watching your favourite team taking on their derby rivals in front of a large crowd? Come and cheer on the Sky Blues as they attempt to stay in touch with the two teams above them in the Danske Bank Premiership!
Match Preview by Paul Irwin