Crusaders manager Stephen Baxter is hoping his side can break a lengthy hoodoo when they travel to Mourneview Park on Saturday afternoon.
It has been five years since the Crues won a Premiership fixture at the Lurgan venue.
They did emerge victorious in an Irish Cup tie last season, and Baxter is hoping his side can claim three vital league points.
“We won there in the Irish Cup last season, but it has been a while since we picked up three league points there,” Baxter said.
“We haven’t had the best of records at Mourneview in recent seasons and we are determined to put that right on Saturday.”
Crusaders will be hoping they can reel in leaders Cliftonville – who don’t play until Monday – when they clash with Glenavon.
The Reds entertain Glentoran in front of the Sky Sports cameras 48 hours after Baxter’s men will have played at Mourneview.
Baxter insists his only focus is on Saturday’s meeting with Gary Hamilton’s men.
“Our only focus is on ourselves,” the Crusaders boss added.
“The table will look after itself. All we can control is our own level of performance. I expect a very tough game down there.
“We managed to get the points against Portadown on Tuesday and we want to continue building momentum.
“That was an important result and we are going to need another one on Saturday.”