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PREVIEW: Clyde v Queen’s Park

The first leg of the Ladbrokes League 1 play-off final takes place tomorrow night, as Clyde’s Glasgow rivals Queen’s Park visit Broadwood.

The promotion-deciding clash was set up courtesy of The Bully Wee’s 5-1 aggregate win over Elgin City and The Spiders overcoming Cowdenbeath 2-1.

Barry Ferguson will be without the suspended Mark McLaughlin but the Clyde boss was in a positive mood when he spoke to the official website this evening.

“There won’t be any surprises,” he said. “We’ll go with the same approach again – to win the match. I know the boys are capable and they will certainly be up for both legs of the tie.

“Hopefully there will be a big support behind us at Broadwood tomorrow and I know that there will be a great atmosphere created by our fans.

“First and foremost, if the boys give it their all over both legs then I’ll be a happy manager.”


• Kick-off is at 7.45pm

• Admission prices (pay at the gate) are; £12 adults, £6 concession and FREE for all under-16s accompanied by an adult. Season tickets are not valid for this match.

• Both sets of supporters will be housed in the Main Stand. Turnstiles A/B/C will be open to away fans and turnstiles D/E/F open to home fans. Early arrival is advised to ensure entry time is kept to a minimum.

• Clyde FC Executive Club entry will be priced at £20/£15 for members.

• Overspill car parking will be available at nearby St Maurice’s High School.

• A special edition of the Clyde View matchday programme will be available and priced at £2.50.

• A minute’s silence will be held before kick-off, in memory of former Clyde player Chris Mitchell.