Lisburn Distillery are set to get back to league action tomorrow (Saturday), when they will face a six pointer against bottom of the table Donegal Celtic.
Just one point separates the sides, and weather permitting, the Whites will aim to take all three points when they travel to Suffolk Road, 3pm kick off.
Whites boss Sean Paul Murray said he is ‘looking forward’ to his side getting a game, after a series of recent postponements.
Meanwhile, the Whites have signed a number of new players in the transfer window, which are awaiting confirmation, with hopes of one or two others arriving to help their battle for survival.
“To be honest, I’m looking forward to getting a game more than ever,” Murray commented.
“We have nine new players signed, with the potential for one or two more in the next day or two.
“It’s a new year, a new start in the league. We are hoping to push on and build towards bigger and better things.
“DC are fighting for their lives, too. It is a huge huge game for us, but it is a huge game no matter who we play. We have 14 or 15 games left and we need to win the majority of them.”