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Warrenpoint Town Match Preview
Uploaded Friday, 31st Aug, 2018 at 12:22

BALLYMENA United travel to Milltown Playing Fields on Saturday afternoon to face Warrenpoint Town in the Danske Bank Premiership.
The last meeting between the sides was at the Ballymena Showgrounds in March, Johnny McMurray opening the scoring before the visitors scored 3 to take the points.
Recent results v Warrenpoint Town:
Ballymena United 1-3 Warrenpoint Town, Ballymena Showgrounds, 17th March 2018. Att: 698
Ballymena United 3-3 Warrenpoint Town, Ballymena Showgrounds, 28th October 2017. Att: 771
Warrenpoint Town 1-3 Ballymena United, Milltown Playing Fields, 9th September 2017. Att: 220
Warrenpoint Town:
The Point were lucky to narrowly avoid the relegation play-off last season, gaining only a single win in their last 5 games of the season. So far this season they've been defeated 3-0 at Coleraine, 4-2 at home to Glenavon, 2-0 at Institute, and 2-1 at home to Crusaders. They have a comfortable 3-1 win on Tuesday night in the second round of the BetMcLean League Cup at Annagh United.
Ballymena United:
The Sky Blues started their season with a 2-0 win over Dungannon Swifts, a 2-2 draw at Crusaders, a 2-1 victory over Ards and a heavy 4-0 defeat at the hands of Glenavon, all away from home. United faced Dollingstown at Dixon Park on Tuesday night, running out 5-1 winners after a tight first half.
Away Fans Transport:
Seven Towers Ballymena United Supporters Club bus leaves Henry Street Car Park at 1:15pm.

The Spirit Of '89 Supporters Club bus leaves The Smithfield Arms at 12:30pm - please contact Davy McCaig on 078 4916 2945 if you're interested in travelling with them.
Match Officials:
Referee: Tony Clarke. Assistant 1: Ryan Kelsey. Assistant 2: Adrian Sobieski. 4th Official: Ben McMaster.
Match Information:
Admission is payable at the gate.

Kick off is 3:00pm.
After securing their place in the third round of the BetMcLean League Cup on Tuesday night, the Sky Blues will be looking to get back to winning form in the league against basement side Warrenpoint Town who have yet to register any points after 4 games. Make your way to Warrenpoint and be loud and proud in support of YOUR team - Come On Sky Blues!
Match Preview by Paul Irwin