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O'Donnell relishing Cliftonville clash

Damian Mullan

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Damian Mullan

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Coleraine FC captain Stephen O'Donnell says the players are looking to make it a North Belfast double when they entertain Cliftonville at The Showgrounds on Saturday.

The Bannsiders have enjoyed much success over Barry Gray's side in recent seasons, undefeated in their last 6 meetings against the Reds, one of which the illustrious Irish Cup victory which allowed Coleraine to clinch their first major trophy in 15 years.

Speaking after last week's 1-0 win over Crusaders, Rodney McAree's first as Bannsiders' boss, O'Donnell admitted it was a good thing the club had a second big game in as many weeks.

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