IT’s matchday 11 in Championship 2 on Saturday as Limavady United once again hope to remain the only undefeated side in the top three divisions.

Limavady Showgrounds is the venue for United as they face Newington at 3pm. United have won seven and drawn three of their 10 league games this season, while Newington won 1-0 last time out against Wakehurst.  This game resulted in a 2-0 win for Limavady last season.

Third-placed PSNI host second placed Tobermore United at Newforge at 2pm. The hosts have hit a bit of a bad run having only taken one point from their last three games, whereas Tobermore have won their last four.

Banbridge Town are hoping to extend their four-game unbeaten run when they entertain bottom of the table Wakehurst at Crystal Park at 2pm.  This game produced five goals last season with Banbridge running out 3-2 winners.

Coagh United face Glebe Rangers at Hagan Park at 2pm with both sides struggling for form and consistency. Coagh have lost their last two games and Glebe haven’t won in their last four games. The last four meetings have resulted in a home win on each occasion.

Portstewart welcome Dollingstown to Mullaghacall at 2pm hoping to get their first win in three games, but the visitors are unbeaten in five games themselves.

Sport & Leisure face Dundela at Glen Road at 2pm with just one point separating the sides. In the last six meetings, Sport & Leisure have only won once with the Duns winning four times.

Moyola Park host Queen’s University at Mill Meadow at 3pm knowing that this game hasn’t produced an away win seven meetings going back to 2011.

NIFL Championship 2

Saturday 14 November

Banbridge Town  v  Wakehurst  - 2pm

Coagh United  v  Glebe Rangers  - 2pm

Portatewart  v  Dollingstown  - 2pm

PSNI  v  Tobermore  - 2pm

Sport & Leisure  v  Dundela  - 2pm

Limavady United  v  Newington  - 3pm

Moyola Park  v  Queen’s University  - 3pm