Crusaders star Chris Morrow expects tough Glenavon tie in Irish Cup
Crusaders ace Chris Morrow believes the north Belfast side must be at their best to beat Glenavon in the Irish Cup sixth round clash at Mourneview Park.
"It's going to be tricky but we're going in with the right mentality," said the Player of the Month.
"They've been rejuvenated since Gary Hamilton came in, they have quality players in all areas of the pitch and we must up our game."
Crues pair Gareth McKeown and Ciaran Gargan are banned for the Lurgan game.
However, Declan Caddell returns from suspension while Michael Halliday and Timmy Adamson could be back after injury.
Holders Linfield wil be without banned defender William Murphy for their Windsor Park meeting with Carrick Rangers.
Newington YC produced the big shock in the fifth round by knocking out Glentoran at the Oval.
Peter Gilgunn is suspended for the Amateur League outfit as they prepare to visit a Dungannon Swifts side missing banned duo Ryan harpur and Shea McGerrigan.
Coleraine will be fancied to ovecome Ballinamallard while Ballymoney United host fellow Championship club Newry City.
Coagh United entertain Newbuildings and Derriaghy CC are potential giant-killers at Ballymena United.
James Montgomery is suspended for Amateur League 1A leaders Derriaghy while the Sky Blues are without banned pair Tony Kane and Gavin Taggart.
Saturday 11 February - 1500 GMT kick-off
JJB Sports Irish Cup sixth round
Ballymena Utd v Derriaghy CC
Ballymoney Utd v Newry City
Coleraine v Ballinamallard Utd
Coagh Utd v Newbuildings Utd
Dungannon Swifts v Newington YC
Glenavon v Crusaders
Linfield v Carrick Rangers