The Inver Reds travel to Windsor Park tomorrow to take on Linfield in the Sports Direct Premiership, in a 5.30pm kick- off.
Below is all the information our travelling support needs to know before making their way to the game.
TICKETS & ENTRY
Tickets for tomorrow’s game remain available to purchase online. You can get yours by clicking here, with admission costing £13 for adults, £9 for concessions and just £1 for those of Primary School age.
For those purchasing concession tickets, please be aware that there will be an ID check at the gate upon entry to the stadium. Those who are found to be misusing a ticket will be refused entry and have their ticket voided.
Linfield will be hosting an Act of Remembrance service ahead of tomorrow’s game, with Rathfriland & District Massed Pipes & Drums will be playing on the Windsor Park pitch from 4.30pm.
All three supporters clubs are running buses to tomorrow evening’s game at Windsor Park.
The Inver Red and Whites bus for tomorrow’s game has very limited seats remaining and will depart 1889 Sports and Social Club at 4.30pm. To book your seat, please contact their Facebook page or get in touch with a member.
Both Larne NISC and Larne FC Reds buses are sold out for tomorrow’s game. Larne NISC’s buses will leave Larne Rangers Club at the slightly earlier time of 3.45pm, picking up on Station Road before heading to the game. Larne FC Reds bus will leave 1889 Sports and Social Club at 4.30pm.
The club are running a family and academy bus to Windsor Park tomorrow and due to demand, additional spaces have been added. Prices for this bus have been set at £5 for adults and £2 for U16s. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here, with the bus departing Inver Park at 4.15pm.
1889 SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB
For those wishing to enjoy a pre-match pint, 1889 Sports & Social Club will be open from 12pm tomorrow, showing live Premier League action as Tottenham travel to Wolves.
Linfield have started the season strongly and currently sit top of the Sports Direct Premiership.
The Blues last defeat in the league came at Inver Park back in September, with David Healy’s men winning every game since in all competitions.
Joel Cooper has been in impressive goal goalscoring form ahead of this top of the table clash, having found the back of the net four times in his last three games.
THE INVER REDS
Tiernan Lynch’s men will be looking for their third victory of the season against Linfield, having already beaten tomorrow’s opposition in the Sports Direct Premiership and Co. Antrim Shield this season.
The Invermen find themselves on an unbeaten run of nine games stretching back to September and will be looking to continue that run at Windsor Park tomorrow evening to close the gap to the leaders.
Paul O’Neill and Joe Thomson will also be hoping to continue their great run of form, with both finding the back of the net consistently over the last few games for the Inver Reds.
With Tuesday’s Co. Antrim Shield semi-final now postponed until further notice, Tiernan Lynch’s side won’t be back in action until next Friday night when they welcome Coleraine to Inver Park in the Sports Direct Premiership.
To round off the month, Glentoran will be the visitors to Inver Park on Friday 24th November in the Sports Direct Premiership.