Setanta Sports Cup tie is 'wide open' - McFall

Portadown manager Ronnie McFall says his side's Setanta Sports Cup tie against Bohemians remains "wide open" going into Monday night's first round, second leg game at Shamrock Park.

The Ports trail 2-1 after Kevin Braniff scored a vital away goal.

"It's like a European tie so that away goal was important. If we win 1-0 then we go through so that's our objective."

Glentoran caretaker boss Roy Coyle says his side will not go out just to defend their 4-2 lead over Bray Wanderers.

"What we managed to do in Dublin was take our chances, but Bray are a decent side with good players, especially up front," said Coyle, ahead of Monday night's game at the Oval.

"We will be positive, we're not going out to defend and hold onto our lead, we'll have a go at them."

Derry City have signed Dungannon Swifts player Dermot McCaffrey ahead of their second leg with Lisburn Distillery at the Brandywell.

The Candystripes enjoy a comfortable 4-0 lead from the first leg at New Grosvenor, Rory Patterson having scored a hat-trick.

Cliftonville travel to face St Patrick's Athletic, having secured a 1-0 first-leg advantage thanks to Liam Boyce's goal at Solitude.

George McMullan may come back into contention after sitting out the 1-0 Premiership defeat by Glentoran through suspension.

Reds manager Tommy Breslin intends to adopt a similar attacking attitude to that of the Glens.

"We're naturally an attacking team, we can't play any other way - plus, we're fast running out of defenders anyway so we don't have much choice."

Setanta Sports Cup first round, second leg - Monday 20 February

Glentoran v Bray Wanderers (1945 GMT, 4-2 after first leg)

Portadown v Bohemians (1945 GMT, 1-2 after first leg)

Derry City v Lisburn Distillery (1945 GMT, 4-0 after first leg)

St Patrick's Athletic v Cliftonville (1915 GMT, 0-1 after first leg)