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Six live-streamed NIFL games coming up on BBC Sport NI in the new year

Football going into net

 

The current top six teams in the Sports Direct Premiership are all featured in the latest round of BBC Sport NI’s live streamed games in the new year.


The latest pairings will also see the current bottom two sides go head-to-head.

 

There will be six live-streamed games across January and February 2024 starting with reigning Premiership Champions Larne travelling to Seaview to take on Crusaders on Friday 12 January. A week later, Glenavon host Glentoran followed by Cliftonville, currently sitting in third, up against Carrick Rangers on Friday 26 January.

 



The first live streamed game in February will switch to the other end of the table with Newry City hosting Ballymena United who are both currently propping up the Premiership with 12 points and 15 points respectively.


It’s back to the summit for the next game as current leaders, Linfield, travel to the Coleraine Showgrounds on Friday 16 February before holders Larne wrap up the latest round of live games on Friday 23 February with their tie against Glentoran at Inver Park.

 



The games will be live streamed on BBC iPlayer and on the BBC Sport NI website bbc.co.uk/sportni


Friday 12 January           

Crusaders v Larne live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online


Friday 19 January            

Glenavon v Glentoran live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online


Friday 26 January           

Carrick Rangers v Cliftonville live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online



Friday 9 February            

Newry City v Ballymena United live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online


Friday 16 February          

Coleraine v Linfield live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online


Friday 23 February        

Larne v Glentoran live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online

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