Due to Northern Ireland hosting the Faroe Islands on Saturday evening, the local football schedule for the forthcoming weekend is a longer one than usual as club’s attempt to re-arrange their fixtures, primarily so fans don’t need to make a choice between watching their club or their country. We bring you the breakdown of which fixtures are happening when.

• There are two fixtures on Friday night. Glenavon play host to Warrenpoint Town, with a kick-off time of 7.45pm. Fifteen minutes later, Ballinamallard will take on Coleraine at Ferney Park.
• The Belfast derby between Glentoran and Crusaders has been brought forward one hour to 2pm.
• There is only one fixture change across the Championship programme – with Bangor’s home match against Loughall brought forward to 2pm.
• Linfield’s home game with Institute has been moved to Monday night with an 8pm kick off.

Glenavon v Warrenpoint Town, 7.45pm
Ballinamallard United v Coleraine, 8pm

Northern Ireland v Faroe Islands, 7.45pm

Glentoran v Crusaders, 2pm
Ballymena United v Dungannon Swifts, 3pm
Cliftonville v Portadown, 3pm

Bangor v Loughall, 2pm
Armagh City v Larne, 3pm
Dergview v Knockbreda, 3pm
Dundela v Donegal Celtic, 3pm
Lisburn Distillery v Carrick Rangers, 3pm
PSNI v Ards, 3pm

Annagh United vs Ballymoney United, 3pm
Banbridge Town vs Tobermore United 3pm
Coagh United v Moyola Park 3pm
Dollingstown v Limavady United 3pm
Glebe Rangers v S&L Swifts 3pm
Queens v Portstewart 3pm
Wakehurst v Lurgan Celtic, 3pm

Linfield v Institute, 8pm