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Clyde V Raith Rovers Preview

Mark McLaughlin has recovered from the head knock he suffered during last week’s victory at Ochilview and is fit to play against Raith Rovers at Broadwood tomorrow.

Pat Keogh and John Potter are again ruled out with injuries however, and a decision will be made tomorrow on whether or not Chris McGroarty will participate.

On the match, Alan Kernaghan said:-

“This will be as hard as, if not harder than, last week’s match. Falkirk is a local derby and they were the league leaders so it took care of itself, but if we take Raith Rovers lightly we’ll be left with egg on our faces.”

“We shouldn’t be fooled by their league position as they’ve been playing quite well without getting the results they need. I don’t like to concentrate on the opposition though; if we approach the match with the same professionalism as last week then we have a great chance of getting the points.”