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PREVIEW: Clyde v Falkirk

Clyde return to Broadwood in Ladbrokes League 1 action tomorrow, as Falkirk make the short trip to Cumbernauld.

In the two previous meetings between the sides this season, The Bully Wee have come away with 1-0 victories, at home in August and at The Falkirk Stadium in October.

Midfielder John Rankin is expected to return to the Clyde squad following the midweek defeat at Dumbarton.

Danny Lennon spoke to the official website ahead of the match:-

“In the past couple of games, there have been a few aspects of our performance that I have been pleased about. The majority of our play has been good, but of course there is room for improvement. What we have really been lacking recently is being ruthless and sticking the ball in the back of the net, which is the hardest thing to do in football. That along with that some individual errors that have cost us.

“There has been a lot of work, effort and character been put in by both the players and the staff to turn this corner, but it’ll only come by putting in the level of performance that I believe this group of players have, with full concentration throughout the 90 minutes. We’ve worked very hard to eradicate the errors that have cost us and I believe that by doing that we can start turning these narrow defeats into points.

“Our supporters are going to be hugely important for this game. I thought they were terrific away to Raith Rovers and also very vocal on Tuesday night. I totally understand their frustration on Tuesday, the players felt it, the staff and I felt it; but the key thing when you’re on a run like this is to stick together. We’ve proven in the past that when we do, we’re more formidable and we’re a lot stronger.”


Kick-off: 3pm

Minute’s Applause: There will be a minute’s applause before kick-off, in memory of lifelong supporters John Briggs and Stan Park.

Match Sponsor: Ellis Mills

Special Guest: Ross McFarlane, who featured in over 400 matches for the club from 1983 to 1994.

Match Mascots: Josh and Corey Stewart

Getting Here: Click here for details of how to get to Broadwood by car, bus or train.

Car Parking: Access to the Main Stand car park will be restricted to those with accreditation; players, staff and officials, visiting directors, Executive Club 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.

Admission Prices: Season tickets and Executive Club memberships are eligible. All other entry prices are; adults £15, concessions £10, under-18s £5 and under-12s £1.

Entry (home supporters): Three turnstiles – D, E and F – will be open from 2pm, for contactless payment by credit or debit card. Apple Pay and Google Pay will also be accepted. Fans wishing to pay by cash should go to the ticket window, which is situated adjacent to turnstile C.

Family section: A family section will be in use in the Main Stand, located to the right of the players’ tunnel.

Visiting Supporters: Fans of Falkirk will be located in the Away (West) Stand, entering through cash only turnstiles M, N, O, P, R, S and T which will be open from 2pm.

Arria Lounge: All hospitality and Arria Premium matchday tickets have been sold out for this match.

Smoking Area: Open at half-time only, in the designated area at the North end of the Main Stand. Smoking area provision for away fans is provided outside of the West Stand.

Club Shop: Open from 2pm for the sale of Clyde merchandise, located next to Kiosk One in the Main Stand.

The Clyde View: Issue 15 of the club’s award-winning 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.

Bully Wee Fund: Draw 18, for a prize fund of £1,155, will take place on the pitch at half-time and the winner will be announced immediately.