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As the Big Two battle it out in a thrilling Premiership title race, three former players tell us who will have the edge

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Rivals: The respective skippers of Linfield and Glentoran, Jamie Mulgrew (left) and Patrick McClean will have a big part to play in the race for the league title

Rivals: The respective skippers of Linfield and Glentoran, Jamie Mulgrew (left) and Patrick McClean will have a big part to play in the race for the league title

Glentoran boss Mick McDermott (left) and opposite number David Healy of Linfield

Glentoran boss Mick McDermott (left) and opposite number David Healy of Linfield

Heat is on: Paul Kirk says the Glens are putting pressure on the champions

Heat is on: Paul Kirk says the Glens are putting pressure on the champions

Power surge: Philip Mitchell says race is wide open with Big Two showing class. Credit: Darren Kidd

Power surge: Philip Mitchell says race is wide open with Big Two showing class. Credit: Darren Kidd

Big ask: Justin McBride doesn’t expect Cliftonville to sustain challenge

Big ask: Justin McBride doesn’t expect Cliftonville to sustain challenge

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Rivals: The respective skippers of Linfield and Glentoran, Jamie Mulgrew (left) and Patrick McClean will have a big part to play in the race for the league title

The Big Two are back and we have a Danske Bank Premiership title race that could go right to the finish line.

Linfield and Glentoran, the two best supported clubs in the country, are now leading the charge for championship glory.


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