Glenavon players 'doing their own thing'

Glenavon manager Gary Hamilton calls on his players to follow instructions as they prepare for Tuesday's Premiership game against leaders Crusaders.

"This year for some reason at times, people are doing their own things and it doesn't take a genius to work out that we are not having the same success," said Hamilton.

Ballymena United manager David Jeffrey says he's expecting a tough game against his former club Linfield at the Showgrounds in Tuesday night's other re-arranged Premiership contest.

Crusaders currently have a six-point advantage over both Linfield and Ballymena with sixth-placed Glenavon 12 points off the pace.

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