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Saturday 24th April v. Coleraine (home) - Danske Bank Premiership - k.o: 3:00pm

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Warrenpoint Town Match Preview
Uploaded Friday, 19th Mar, 2021 at 12:14

BALLYMENA United travel to Milltown Park for the second time in a week to face Warrenpoint Town in the Danske Bank Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
The midweek game between the sides at Milltown ended in a 1-1 draw, Joseph McCready firing an excellent curling strike into the top corner past a stranded Sava, Adam Carroll scoring after getting on the end of a Kealan Dillon cross to head past Williamson.
Recent results v Warrenpoint Town:
Warrenpoint Town 1-1 Ballymena United, Milltown Playing Fields, 16th March 2021. Att: Behind Closed Doors
Ballymena United 2-0 Warrenpoint Town, Ballymena Showgrounds, 21st November 2020. Att: 600
Warrenpoint Town 1-2 Ballymena United, Milltown Playing Fields, 1st February 2020. (Sadler's Peaky Blinder Irish Cup Sixth Round)
Warrenpoint Town 2-1 Ballymena United, Milltown Playing Fields, 30th November 2019. Att: 189
Ballymena United 4-0 Warrenpoint Town, Ballymena Showgrounds, 7th September 2019. Att: 926
Warrenpoint Town:
The Town have won 6 of their 23 league games this season, drawing 6 and losing 11, leaving them sitting 9th in the table on 24 points, 10 points behind 8th placed Glenavon and 9 ahead of 10th placed Portadown. After beating Dungannon Swifts 4-1 at home and Crusaders 2-0 away from home, Warrenpoint lost 5-0 away to Linfield and 2-0 at home to Glentoran on Saturday before the draw against United on Tuesday.
Ballymena United:
The Sky Blues have been slowly improving after losing 6 on the trot, going on to win 3 and draw 3 in their last 6 games, including a win over Glentoran at The Oval a week ago and 2 wins over Portadown, most recently a 2-1 win at home on Saturday, and Tuesday evening's draw at Milltown. Sitting 7th in the league with 35 points, United are 4 points behind 6th placed Cliftonville who the Braidmen have a game in hand over.
How to watch:
The game is being streamed live on the BBC Sport NI website and BBC iPlayer.
Match Officials:
Referee: Tim Marshall. Assistant 1: Paul Robinson. Assistant 2: Adam Jeffrey. 4th Official: Louise Thompson.
Match Information:
No fans will be admitted to the ground because of the current Covid restrictions.

Kick off is 5:30pm.
Can United extend their unbeaten run to 7 games with victory away from home, or will the home side manage another draw? Make sure you tune into the BBC coverage and get behind YOUR side from the start - Come On Sky Blues!
Match Preview by Paul Irwin