All Primary school kids will get in free if accompanied by a paying adult.
Please note: The game kicks off at 2:35pm
Glenavon and Tuesday’s visitors Crusaders met just two weeks ago in the Irish Cup semifinal, the Lurgan Blues emerging 3-1 winners after extra time. Since then both sides have lost both their league games, the Crues going down 3-2 at home to Linfield and losing 3-0 at the Oval on Saturday. Glenavon lost 3-0 at Shamrock Park and went down to a harsh 5-0 score line to the title favourites Cliftonville at the weekend.
Speaking after the Solitude defeat, Gary Hamilton said “Most of the goals for Cliftonville came from our mistakes and every mistake we made they seemed to score from but, as long as the young players listen to what they’ve been told and don’t make the same mistakes again, they have every chance of making an impact the way Rhys Marshall and James Singleton have. It’s a good thing that we’ve got a game so soon as that will hopefully show that they’ve learned from their mistakes. I couldn’t question the effort and commitment and we’ll need plenty of that again on Tuesday.”
James Singleton and Kris Lindsay are both suspended for Glenavon after totting up 5 cautions and Colin Coates is banned for Crusaders after he was sent off against Glentoran on Saturday.
Cup Final tickets will be on sale on Tuesday from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. Over 1000 were sold on Saturday morning so supporters are advised to purchase their tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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