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PREVIEW: Cove Rangers v Clyde

Clyde make the trip up north to face league leaders Cove Rangers at the Balmoral Stadium in cinch League 1.

Clyde won the first meeting between the sides at the beginning of the season, but Cove have taken the three points from the following two games winning 3-0 and 1-0.

Danny Lennon gave an injury update on a few players, as Gary Maley has extended his emergency loan for another 7 days with both Neil Parry and Joshua Bradley-Hurst still recovering from injuries.

“They’ve both done light training this week so that’s a step in the right direction. They’re making good progress and good recovery, and we still have big Gary Maley in amongst us.”

Another blow for Clyde is that Ross Cunningham looks to be out for the majority of the rest of the season:

“It’s very unfortunate, Ross has broken his collarbone again. It’s looking like the majority of the rest of the season is now over for him which is incredibly disappointing. He’s brought terrific energy alongside LJ and is a big threat. I really feel for the boy after he worked incredibly hard to come back, but I’m sure Ross will work ever so hard to come back even stronger.”

Danny continued looking ahead to the game:

“We always enjoy the challenge of facing a very good side. They’re the most consistent side in the league and their position shows it. We’re now coming into the business end of the season, and they look to be favourites for the title but we have a race to finish ourselves.

“We want to keep the momentum going, we’ve had some very hard games playing 4 of the 5 top teams and we’ve done ok picking up valuable points. Some of those I think we maybe deserved more but the consistency and work ethic has been the key for us. We need to bring that again when we face a very good Cove side.

“Cove I think have managed to have some continuity with being able to put out the same eleven most weeks. Paul has done a fantastic job up there, they play with a system that works for them, but we’re at our best when we’re in their faces and take the game to them and that’s what we plan to do on Saturday.”


Kick-off: 3pm

Tickets: Tickets are available to purchase in advance from the Cove Ticket Store priced £14 for Adults, £11 for Over-65s, £11 for under 18’s, and £12 for under 12’s. Tickets can also be purchased from the ticket office at the stadium on Saturday, but supporters are strongly encouraged to purchase online in advance to avoid queues.

Live Stream: This match will be streamed live at a price of £12. You can purchase the stream through Cove’s Streaming Platform.