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League Leaders Test for Clyde

It’s a full midweek card in the IRN-BRU First Division tomorrow night, with Clyde hosting league leaders St. Johnstone at Broadwood.

The Perth Saints have not lost on league duty since the Bully Wee triumphed at McDiarmid Park in August, but a number of draws have prevented them opening up a big gap at the top.

Billy Gibson returns from suspension, but Scott Gemmill will need a late fitness test due to a hamstring injury he collected at Firhill. Pat Clarke will definitely miss out as he starts a two-game ban.

Clyde boss John Brown this evening spoke to the official website about the match:-

“Saturday gave everyone a boost. It was our first win in eight games against Thistle so it was certainly a result for the fans to enjoy. There was a good atmosphere at training, as you would expect, but we have to build on it. We were the last team to beat St. Johnstone and we want to repeat that.

“It was also good to get a clean sheet on Saturday and to do that without arguably two of our more influential players was great.

“Tomorrow night is a big game for both clubs but we need to press on now, we have nine games left and we require victories. A win tomorrow will equal our number of wins last season and that demonstrates what a competitive league we are in this term.

“The players showed on Saturday what they can achieve and if the fans repeat the way they backed us at the weekend then together we can work hard to get another victory under our belts and get moving up this league.”


Admission

The match has been classed as category ‘A’; click here for full admission and turnstile information.

Your Clyde View

Bully Wee fans are reminded that the 84-page Clyde View will be on sale tomorrow and will be packed with all the usual features, including:-

• Richie’s Broadwood return
• The Clyde ‘Hotshots’ of 1987
• The big interview with Gregory Tade
• The Bully Wee boss with the hardest job of all
• The Clyde striker that left to take up a coaching role at Hamilton

These features and much, much more are contained in tomorrow’s match programme, priced £2.50 so don’t miss it!

Lottery

You can give yourself a chance of winning the Clyde Lottery jackpot of £1750 by picking your four numbers at the match. Terry Ashton will be selling tickets from the servery at the North side of the Main Stand and Tom McCorkindale will be on foot around the stadium.

50/50 Half-Time Draw

Tickets will be on sale around the stadium for £2. First prize is instant cash up to £250, second prize is a £15 gift voucher and third prize is a signed football. All proceeds go directly to the club.