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Owens: let's clinch history

By Graham Luney

Published 18/04/2016

Crusaders ace Jordan Owens
Crusaders ace Jordan Owens

Jordan Owens wants Crusaders to make history tomorrow night in sensational style.

If the Crues can beat derby rivals Cliftonville at Solitude, they will celebrate back-to-back league title victories for the first time in the club's 118-year history.

Closest rivals Linfield, who are eight points adrift of Stephen Baxter's side after overcoming Coleraine 3-0 on Saturday, face Glentoran at The Oval tomorrow.

Owens, who scored the winner in the 1-0 win at Glenavon on Saturday, said: "It's important we get the point to get us over the line but we're going there looking for the win.

"We'll not worry about Linfield, we'll just look after ourselves and we have shown our character."

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