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East Fife 1-1 Clyde

An injury-time goal denied Clyde an away victory in League Two this afternoon, as both teams were forced to settle for a draw following a disappointing encounter at Bayview.

With Mark McLaughlin ruled out, Barry Ferguson added Ross Fosher to the defence and Steven McDougall also replaced the injured Scott McManus.

It was The Bully Wee that took the lead during the second half, when Scott Durie’s cross led to a goalkeeping error and substitute Brian McQueen capitalised by nodding into an empty net.

However, with only seconds left to play, Durie conceded a free-kick on the left wing and as the ball was played to the edge of the box, Fraser Mullen was given time and space to find the corner of the net.

Following the match, Clyde manager Barry Ferguson said: “It was the poorest game I’ve seen in a long time. It was a defensive error that cost us the goal and I’ve let them know that in the dressing room. I didn’t think we were under any great pressure at the back and I thought we would see the game out. We have the players to do that, but a single error cost us.”

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