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Albion Rovers 1 v 0 Clyde

Match Type: Scottish League Two
Venue: Cliftonhill
Date: Tuesday, 25th February 2014
Kick Off: 7:45pm
Attendance: 423
Referee: C Charleston
Albion Rovers
v
Clyde

Goals

Albion Rovers   Clyde
pen. (66) Chaplain  

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Albion Rovers   Clyde
Parry Barclay
Reid Gray
Dunlop MacDonald Yellow Card
Russell Capuano (88)
Connolly Marsh
Dunlop McQueen
Chaplain Ferguson
(82) Flood Sweeney Yellow Card
McGuigan Daly Yellow Card
(68) Donnelly McCluskey
Phillips Janczyk (73)
Substitutes
(82) Dallas Scullion
McGinley Shaw
Maguire McGhee
Kennedy Young
Innes Frances (88)
(68) Walker Coyne (73)
Tiffeny McKinnon

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Clyde's disappointing form continued this evening, as Albion Rovers edged to a victory in an uninspired League Two contest at Cliftonhill.

Jim Duffy made one change to the team that faced Montrose on Saturday; Giuseppe Capuano replaced Stuart McColm, with the winger unavailable due to work commitments.

As the match started on a heavy and unpredictable pitch, it soon became clear that chances would be hard to come by throughout the evening. John Sweeney was given an early opening but he couldn't get his shot on target from a difficult angle.

Ryan Donnelly came close for The Wee Rovers with a low shot that just missed the post, before Scott Ferguson's deflected effort from inside the box narrowly missed the opposite goal as half-time approached.

The second half continued to be tight until a vital couple of minutes gave the home side the initiative. Following a Clyde corner, David Marsh came close to scrambling the ball in at the back post after Brian McQueen knocked the ball down.

However, the chance was missed and Albion soon scored. Kieran MacDonald needlessly conceded a penalty after losing possession in the box and Scott Chaplain expertly converted from the spot.

The remainder of the match saw The Bully Wee struggle to create enough to get back into the match, with a Ferguson run and subsequent penalty appeal the closest moment to an equalising goal.

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