Cliftonville boss Tommy Breslin may rotate his squad for Tuesday night’s County Antrim Shield trip to the Oval.
The Reds travel to east Belfast to face Glentoran in the pick of the quarter-final ties.
Breslin’s side recently defeated the Glens 4-1 in the Danske Bank Premiership, but Breslin admits he may change his playing personnel for Tuesday’s renewal.
“We have players like George McMullan and Barry Johnston who are returning from injury, so this offers us the chance to maybe bring them in,” Breslin said.
“We have a squad, so we might as well use it. The games are coming thick and fast so we will look at changing things for Tuesday night.
“At the same time we won’t be taking the Shield lightly. It is a competition we want to win, and we will put out a team which reflects that.
“Glentoran will be another tough test for us. We are coming off the back of a defeat at the weekend, and Tuesday gives us the chance to bounce back.
“We had enough chances to win Saturday’s game against Glenavon but it just didn’t happen.
“So now we move on to the Shield and we will try and get back to winning ways.”