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PREVIEW: Clyde v Cowdenbeath

After a short break, Clyde’s Ladbrokes League 2 campaign continues tomorrow with a home match against Cowdenbeath.

The teams have already met three times this season, including a Scottish Cup tie, with honours even overall.

For the Bully Wee tomorrow, David Goodwillie is ruled out due to a broken arm, but otherwise Danny Lennon expected to have a full squad to choose from.

Speaking to the official website this evening, the Clyde manager said:-

“David’s injury is unfortunate, but it’s now an opportunity for other players in the squad to make further contributions in attack. There are numerous players here who all have that talent for finding the back of the net. We have been creating and scoring well of late.

“In general, we have a group of players who are all desperate to be involved and we’ve seen recently three or four examples of players coming into the side and taking their chance really positively.

“Cowdenbeath are a much-improved side this season, with a stronger squad, and they will give us a real good challenge tomorrow.

“It’s been nearly a month since we played at Broadwood, so it’ll be nice to be back at home and we want to put on a good show for the supporters. We all know how well the top two teams have done so far, but we are right in behind them and we’re aiming for another three points to keep that pressure on.”


Kick-off: 3pm

Minute’s Applause: There will be a minute’s applause prior to kick-off, to remember former Clyde players Ally Hill and Alan Swan.

Special Guest: Former Clyde goalkeeper Ronnie Tracey, who featured across two seasons in the mid 80s and earned a Player of the Year award.

Admission Prices: Season tickets and Arria Silver memberships are eligible. Entry prices are; adults £14, concessions £9, Under-12s FREE (when accompanied by an adult). Free under-12 tickets should be collected from the Clyde Office before entering via the turnstiles. The office is situated in the pod at the south end of the Main Stand.

Entry: Turnstiles D, E and F will be open, all as ‘cashless’ entry points for contactless credit or debit cards. Apple Pay and Google Pay will also be accepted. Home or away fans unable to use this facility should go to the ticket window (adjacent to turnstile C), where adult and concession tickets can be purchased for cash.

Visiting Supporters: Fans of Cowdenbeath will be directed to the designated away section at the South end of the stand.

Car Parking: Access to the Main Stand car park will be restricted to those with accreditation; players, staff and officials, visiting directors, Silver Arria members, hospitality guests and those with disability parking badges. All other vehicles will be directed to the West Stand car park. Post match, all vehicles in the Main Stand car park will leave the stadium via the away car park at the West end of the ground, to improve the traffic flow and speed up the exit process.

Club Shop: Situated between turnstiles B and C, the club shop will be open from 2-3pm and 4.45-5.15pm for the sale of home replica tops, polo shirts, t-shirts, scarves, hats, scarves and a selection of other items.

Arria Lounge: Open from 1-2.45pm and 4.45-6pm. Entry as follows:-

  • Season ticket holders (adults & concessions) – vouchers will be taken at main reception
  • Club owners without a season ticket – Pay cash at the ticket window for match admission then enter through main reception where ticket will be taken. Name checks will take place.
  • Other guests – Pay for match admission as above. Guests must be signed in by a season ticket holder or club owner.

Smoking Area: Open at half-time only, in the designated area at the North end of the Main Stand (South end for away fans).

The Clyde View: Issue 12 of the club’s 68-page matchday programme will be on sale, priced at £3.

Teamsheets: Available from the Club Shop approximately 30 minutes before kick-off and charged at 20p per copy.

Lottery: Clyde FC Lottery tickets will be on sale in the Arria Lounge and the kiosk area, for Wednesday’s draw with a jackpot of £20,000.

200 Fund: Draw 10, for a prize fund of £1,025, will take place on the pitch at half-time and the winner will be announced immediately.