VIDEO: Ferguson wary of ‘hurt’ Blues

Ballymena United manager Glenn Ferguson believes his side will be facing a “hurting” Linfield team in Saturday’s Danske Bank Premiership clash.

The sides meet at the Showgrounds (3pm) for the fourth time in just over a month and Ferguson believes that Linfield will have a point to prove after their defeat at the hands of Ballymena in the recent County Antrim Shield final.

Tony Kane, pictured here in Ballymena United's recent league meeting against Linfield at the Showgrounds, has signed a new two-year deal with the Sky Blues. Picture: Press Eye.

Tony Kane, pictured here in Ballymena United's recent league meeting against Linfield at the Showgrounds, has signed a new two-year deal with the Sky Blues. Picture: Press Eye.

Ferguson also talks about utility player Tony Kane signing a new two-year contract.

Meanwhile, prior to tomorrow’s match, Ballymena’s players will don #RallyForAFuture T-shirts as the club shows its support for the campaign aimed at brining future employment to the Ballymena area.