Clyde travel through to Recreation Park to face Alloa in cinch League 1 this weekend.
A David Goodwillie double in the last encounter between the sides was the difference at Broadwood as Clyde took all three points with a 2-1 win. The Wasps sit 3 points ahead of The Bully Wee in 7th place currently in the league table.
Scott Rumsby returns to the squad for this match, as Barry Cuddihy continues to miss out after his injury against Clydebank. Ross Cunningham is another player who won’t be available for selections as he recovers from his back injury that caused him to be stretchered off against Peterhead.
Danny Lennon spoke to the official website ahead of the game:-
”I’ve always said that managing Clyde is a rollercoaster at times, especially this season, and that’s something myself, the staff and the players are trying to improve on. You can see when the players have that togetherness and self-belief they can take the game to any team out there, even the teams that have invested very highly. However, we need to strive for more consistency and the players and staff working incredibly hard.
”Myself and Allan Moore are very demanding, we know at times we can’t always be free flowing and having it our own way but when the players bring that heart and character they brought for the majority of the game on Saturday they can take the game to anyone in this league.
”The team that’s been most consistent this season so far has been Cove, and even still everyone is still within touching distance. Nobody is running away with anything at this moment in time, it’s such a competitive, tight league.
”We know the challenge Alloa is going to present away from home. They’re well organised with good players, but we need to bring the qualities that we possess and that’s the key thing.
Admission:Clyde supporters should enter by Turnstile 11, 12 and 13 (behind KFC). The away support will be located in the away stand and terracing at the railway end.
Admission prices are:
- Adults – £18
- Over-65s – £10
- Juveniles – £5
Live Streaming: The match will be available to live stream on a pay-per-view basis at a price of £18. Tickets can be purchased via this link. Streaming live matches to viewers in England is no longer available.