After three games on the road, Larne back at Inver Park on Tuesday for a top of the table clash with Linfield. Ahead of arriving at the stadium, you can find out all you need to know in our Landmark Match Guide below.
TICKETS AND ENTRY
Tickets are on sale for home fans from the Larne Academy of Sport until 4pm today. Entry is priced at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions, and just £2 for all under-11’s accompanied by an adult. Don’t forget the Golden Ticket promotion, with Season Ticket holders able to claim another ticket completely free of charge.
Linfield’s allocation for this game has sold out.
For those not able to make the match in person, the game is being streamed by BBC Sport NI, on their website and iPlayer.
1889 SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB
The 1889 will be open from 5pm for all supporters who want to call in before or after the big match. There will be Matchday Specials on offer.
The Club Shop at Inver Park will be open from 6.45pm, stocked with the new range of Nike merchandise, which was on offer at our pop-up shop in December.
We also have our popular home, away and third shirts in stock as well as mugs, glasses, 1889 range and much more.
Linfield come into this one in third place in the Danske Bank Premiership, seven points behind the Invermen.
Their last outing was a 2-0 win at home to Coleraine 10 days ago. In the four meetings between the sides this season, it’s one league win apiece, while Larne have won penalty shoot-outs in the County Antrim Shield and Irish Cup against David Healy’s men.
THE INVER REDS
Larne progressed to the semi-finals of the Irish Cup courtesy of Friday’s 1-0 win away to H&W Welders.
The Invermen have eight games left in total this season, and are likely to welcome Cian Bolger back from suspension, while Lee Bonis begins a two-match suspension.