Q Radio Sport
The Danske Bank Premiership European play-off semi-finals are being staged on Tuesday night.
Larne host Glenavon while Cliftonville will have home advantage against Crusaders in the north Belfast derby last four tie.
The teams are battling for the fourth and final place in Europe - Glentoran, Linfield and Coleraine have already made it.
The play-off final is on Saturday and the winners will join the Glens and Bannsiders in this summer's qualifying stages for the new Europa Conference League.
Meanwhile, after Andy Waterworth, Mark Stafford and Mark Haughey switched from Linfield to Glenavon, another ex-Blues - and NI - hero is also on the move:
Transfer news...Dean Shiels in summer clear out at Dungannon Swifts. He has not renewed the contracts of nine players (so far) including NI international Roy Carroll. DSFC: pic.twitter.com/oL3ZjqeK0G— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 31, 2021
And a former Dungannon player has been making a name for himself on the international scene:
🎥 What a night for 17-year-old @LFC rising star Conor Bradley who made his international debut for Northern Ireland in the 3-0 win over Malta. The verdict? "Unreal!"👇— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) May 31, 2021
Sport on air on the hour#GAWA #LFC pic.twitter.com/aGvbr6kfWN