O'CARRROLL EXPECTS LINFIELD TO 'WIN LEAGUE BY SIX TO 10 POINTS'

Former Cliftonville and Crusaders striker Diarmuid O'Carroll says he expects Linfield to win the Irish Premiership "by six to 10 points".

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