Published Tuesday, 24 September 2013
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The Glens denied Tommy Breslin's men an Irish Cup victory in May so the Reds are even more determined to give a winning performance.
Reds manager Tommy Breslin admitted to UTV that he was going to "shuffle the pack a wee bit."
He said defeat in the league at the weekend at the hands of Glenavon hadn't affected morale in the camp.
"The morale's good - Saturday was one of those [games] that we missed a lot of chances," he explained, before adding that it was frustrating - but they were moving on.
The clash had left his squad with a few injuries.
"Ryan Catney and Mark Smith are definitely out. We've a bigger squad with the likes of Martin Murray, Ciaran Doherty, Eamon Seydak, who had stitches in his face. They're now healed.
"They'll all get games and maybe a few others."
Breslin is expecting their next encounter to be a tough one.
"It's a quarter final - three matches and you win the competition. So we'll put out a team - it'll be a much changed team but it will be a team I think is capable of winning."
And Breslin will have a good idea of how Glentoran boss Eddie Patterson may approach the match as they previously worked together at Cliftonville.
"It's renowned - they try and play it out from the back. So we'll go and try and press them high up.
"They may change it - they may go 4-4-2. Whatever it is, it's 11 v 11."
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