The William Hill Scottish Cup Second Round takes place tomorrow, with The Bully Wee set to make a long journey North to take on Highland League side Brora Rangers.
The Cattachs, who currently sit in third place in the Highland League, visited Broadwood in 2013 in the same competition, with Clyde winning 2-1 after a close contest.
Barry Ferguson spoke to the official website this morning about the tie:-
“I’ve always said that our bread and butter is the league campaign, but this is still an important match for us.
“Every cup match like this is going to be tough, especially away from home and this is a long journey to make. We’ve prepared right though and we’re going up there with the aim of winning the match.
“There are a lot of good teams and good players in the Highland League and as a club we have found that out several times in recent years. There’s no doubt that we’re in for a game. If we don’t have the right attitude first and foremost there will only be one outcome, it’s as simple as that.
“The boys have been well warned and they know what to expect.”
Kick-off is 3pm at Dudgeon Park. In the event of the match ending in a draw after 90 minutes, a replay will take place at Broadwood on Saturday 29th October.