Coleraine’s clash with Linfield this Saturday certainly has a mouth-watering feel to it.
The Bannsiders are currently unbeaten in five and sit just two points behind the Blues in third place.
A win at The Showgrounds will see Coleraine leapfrog their visitors propelling them to the dizzying heights of second.
They will have to do it without their captain David Kee though, who misses out because he is on a season-long loan at the Bannsiders from the Blues, and boy is he disappointed to miss out.
“I am obviously disappointed I can’t play but I think it will be a cracking game,” said Kee.
“Both teams are going well, but we fancy ourselves at home against any team in the league. Hopefully we can get the three points and continue to build on our strong start to the season.”
Kee is loving life on the Ballycastle Road and is determined to lead Coleraine to bigger and better things this term.
“It’s always easier when you’re winning games, but it’s a great club with great people who have helped me settle in pretty easy,” he said.
“I am really looking forward to the cup game against Crusaders. The most important thing is that we are at home again.”