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Clyde V Partick Thistle Match Preview

On Saturday, Clyde of course take on Partick Thistle in what promises to be a very tough league encounter. The Bully Wee are still looking for their first win of the season after one draw and two defeats. The Glasgow Jags sit joint second in the table with an unbeaten start but come into this match after a spirited but unsuccessful trip to Motherwell in the CIS cup.

A Game To Remember – Clyde 2v1 Partick Thistle – 07/08/2004

Broadwood was the venue for the opening day clash with Partick just relegated from the SPL after two season’s in the top flight. It was a fast and furious start to the game but neither team were able to create any chances. Partick settled quicker but rarely troubled Bully Wee keeper Bryn Halliwell.

Clyde began to take the ascendancy and with just over twenty-five minutes gone in the first-half, Clyde opened the scoring through Ian Harty after a great assist from Darren Sheridan to spark great celebrations (pictured below). Things go teven better for the home fans as on the stroke of half-time, Clyde sent the home-crowd wild when Jimmy Gibson (pictured left) put a second goal past Kenny Arthur.

Partick piled on the pressure in the second half but had to wait until eighty minutes for Juan Escalas to slot home a tap in from close range to set up a nervous finish but Clyde held on for the win.

Season 2004/2005 Results’s v Partick Thistle

07/08/2004 – Clyde 2v1 Partick Thistle
23/10/2004 – Partick Thistle 0v0 Clyde
11/12/2004 – Clyde 1v1 Partick Thistle
23/04/2005 – Partick Thistle 1v0 Clyde

Other Bell’s Division 1 Fixtures

Airdrie United v Hamilton: Airdrie have only a draw to their credit but will be going all out for a win to get their season back on track while Hamilton will be hoping to capitalise on their god form of late.

Dundee v Livingston: Dundee will be going out all gun’s blazing after their thumping victory over the Bully Wee last week. Livingston are level with Partick and could take top spot for 24 hours with league leader’s Gretna playing on Sunday.

St.Johnstone v Ross County: The Saints’ have yet to win at home this season with two draws from three games and the Highlander’s Ross County will be aware that they sit only two points ahead of the bottom three sides.
QoS v Gretna: Queen’s are joint bottom with only a point but face an extremely tough task against league leader’s Gretna who have achieved three wins out of three. Yet this promises to be another derby cracker.