Manager Paul Kee will hoping his Institute side can end their current losing streak when they take on title-chasing Linfield in a Danske Bank Premiership clash at Windsor Park in Belfast tonight.
After an impressive start to life back in the top flight, the Drumahoe side lie ninth in the table.
In recent weeks, Stute have suffered league defeats to Crusaders and Portadown as well as a League Cup loss to Ballinamallard United at the Riverside,
Kee will go into tonight’s clash without the services of centre-back Mark Scoltock, who completes a two-match suspension.
The defender will be available again for his side’s next outing at Warrenpoint Town next Friday evening.
Midfielder Michael McCrudden is set travel to Belfast with the squad.
However, he is unlikely to start the game as he continues to step his rehabilitation from a back problem.
The sides drew 1-1 at Drumahoe earlier in the season, a late goal from captain Paddy McLaughlin cancelling out the Blues’ first half opener from Ivan Sproule.
Linfield will go top of the league if take all three points from tonight’s game.