MULLEN OVER WINDSOR WIN
Darren will set Newry up to try & beat Blues
go and win the game.” While last week’s 3-0 defeat at Ballymena (inset) left Newry pointless in four away outings this season, Mullen takes heart from a narrow
1-0 Irish Cup defeat at
Linfield last season.
A first-half Andrew Waterworth goal was the only difference between the sides as the unfancied visitors pressed for a late leveller.
Mullen said: “We should have got something out of it.
“Our performance that day definitely gives us heart and this is a game you should look forward to as a player and manager.
“Our home form has been very good this season, but we can’t rely on that. It’ll be tough, but we need to start picking up points on the
road.” Elsewhere, will look to build on a three-game winning streak in all competitions against at Seaview. Stephen Baxter’s men, who beat Ballinamallard in the League Cup midweek, won a dramatic derby 3-2 against rivals Cliftonville in their last league outing eight days ago.
The Glens, who suffered a 1-0 derby loss to Linfield on Monday, know a win would take them above the Crues and up to third in the table.
Boss Ronnie Mcfall said: “Crusaders are reigning champions so we know they’re a good side, but we’ll regroup and be ready for what is another big game.” who ended a fourgame losing streak with last week’s 1-0 win at host who know a win could take them as high as third. are at home to who lie two points below them on six points.