Carrick boss Gary Haveron takes his side to Dixon Park on Saturday to take on Ballyclare Comrades.
It’s a crunch game for Rangers as they look to keep their promotion charge on track. And, after an Irish Cup sixth-round defeat to the Comrades early this year, Haveron knows exactly what to expect when Saturday comes.
Speaking to the Times’ Sports Reporter, John Gillespie, he said: “I know what they are all about. They are a physical, very strong side and they work incredibly hard for Eddie (Hill). They are well organised but I just feel that if we can turn up and play as well as we have done in previous games, then we go there with a bit of confidence that we are capable of going there and getting a result.”
Eddie Hill’s Reds, meanwhile, will be aiming to bounce back from Tuesday night’s home defeat to Coagh United. You can read a match report from that game here.