Institute manager John Gregg believes his players are facing ‘the most in-form side in the country’, when Coleraine, visit Drumahoe, tomorrow.
The Bannsiders have won their last four Carling Premiership matches and Gregg is expecting a tough encounter against David Platt’s chargers.
“They are the most in-form side in the country and anyone who can score six goals at Glentoran and then fire four past Crusaders has to be a good side; their confidence is also sure to be high,” said Gregg.
The ’Stute gaffer, who is likely to miss the game because his sister Suzanne is getting married at the weekend, expects his players to be equally motivated.
“I probably won’t be there for kick-off as I’m at the wedding party for my sister Suzanne, but I prepared the players at training on Thursday night, while on Saturday, both Wesley (Gregg) and James (Quigley) will be in the dressing room. Nevertheless it’s a derby and I don’t think my players will need any motivation.”