Clyde entertain Livingston tomorrow for what is Roberto Landi’s first visit to Broadwood.
Stuart Kettlewell continues to be ruled out with a hamstring injury and the match has come just too soon for Marc McCusker, who is aiming to be involved at Dingwall next week.
Willie McLaren is still making good progress but is a few weeks away from match action yet.
Assistant manager Dougie Bell spoke to www.clydefc.co.uk this afternoon and was keen to see the club’s home form improve:-
“We want to start well, make some chances and get the crowd on our side. We haven’t created enough in front of goal in our recent matches and that’s something we’ve been working on this week.
“I felt that we should have got at least a point in the match at Almondvale. We played well in the first half there but lost out late on.
“The players know there’s not been much in any of the matches so far and I certainly wouldn’t say they are lacking in confidence; training has been good this week.
“We are still close to the pack but we can’t lose any more distance on them so we need to start winning games, especially at Broadwood. We’ll be looking to take the game to Livi tomorrow.”