Homesbook Factoring McGouldrick's Pool and Sports Bar

Clyde V Ross County Preview

Clyde take on Highlander’s Ross County this weekend as the Bully Wee look to gain their first league win of the season. Victory for Clyde would put them within a point of County but as Ross County edged past QoS last weekend and knocked Gretna out of the Challenge Cup the Dingwall side will be on a high.

Game To Remember – Clyde 2 v 2 Ross County – 04/10/03

Clyde hosted Ross County in what was a pulsating match between these two sides with the Broadwood side requiring a last minute equaliser to snatch a point. County’s Rankin broke the deadlock midway through the first half but Clyde came back 8 minutes later when the ball fell to Stephen McConalogue who scored from about 16 yards.

Within minutes, though, County were ahead for a second time through a now familiar face: Stephen O’Donnell (pictured). O’Donnell hit a fierce close range shot which Halliwell saved with his chest but O’Donnell kept his composure and swept home the second. The second half did no tin truth live up to the first half and all the drama came in the dying seconds. In injury time, Jack Ross whipped in a ball that looked to be going wide but County defender McCunnie mishit his clearance into the back of the net. A lucky day for the Bully Wee but a fantastic point.

Last Season’s Result’s v Ross County

06/08/05 – Ross County 3v1 Clyde – Victoria Park
22/10/05 – Clyde 1v0 Ross County – Broadwood Stadium
10/12/05 – Ross County 0v1 Clyde – Victoria Park
15/04/06 – Clyde 2v0 Ross County – Broadwood Stadium

Other Bell’s Division 1 Fixtures:

Dundee v QoS: Dundee are on a roll after their unexpected 4v0 win at Gretna but Queen’s are still searching for their first win of the season.

Gretna v Livingston: This is probably match of the day with this game being a top of the table clash but Gretna will be keen to get back on winning ways after two straight defeats

Hamilton v Partick: After the events of last weekend, Hamilton will be looking to get fantastic win over the team that they have a good record against.

St.Johnstone v Airdrie United: Saints will be looking to capitalise on their 5v1 hammering of Thistle at Firhill last weekend while Airdrie are still waiting for their first win of the season.