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You could pick three or four teams who could win it but the Blues are definitely up there with the squad they have. I'm sure they will be there challenging this season.
Kane has been impressed with his side's form this season but he's frustrated by two dropped points in the draw at Coleraine on Tuesday. We started very well, especially in the first half hour and I felt we should have had a penalty in the second half. Coleraine dug deep to get the draw and we probably should have done more in the second half to exploit the one man advantage.
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United's opening league games have been on the road due to ongoing work on the Showgrounds pitch but it seems to have galvanised the squad. Had Andrew Burns not been sent off against Glenavon we might have won that too but we were poor in the second half. Linfield are now three points clear at the top of the Danske Bank Premiership after Ballymena United's blip continued.
By Alex Mills Ballymena United boss David Jeffrey believes his boys will not suffer a hangover from their first home defeat of the season. Paul McElroy put the hosts ahead after Seanan Clucas was sent-off following two bookable offences.
The 'Stute skipper converted a first-half penalty to make it a fourth consecutive defeat for Colin Nixon's Ards, who are now four points adrift at the bottom of the table. Mark McCabe opened the scoring before Danny Wallace fired the hosts level. Dale Montgomery put Newry back in front from the spot after Anto Reilly was dismissed for a second yellow card, with Darren King then sent off before Deane Watters' last-gasp equaliser. See a different horoscope: Danske Bank Premiership round-up: