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PREVIEW: Dumbarton v Clyde

Clyde play their final match of the 2021/22 season as we travel away to Dumbarton in cinch League 1.

The Bully Wee haven’t had the best results against The Sons this season, with two defeats at Broadwood and only a David Goodwillie equaliser with the last kick of the ball away from home stopping it from being three losses out of three..

Barry Cuddihy will be a doubt for this match after going off injured against Airdrie last week, with Scott Rumsby looking like he has recovered from his injury picked up in the same match. Paul Kennedy could be involved in the squad again after a spell on the sidelines.

Danny Lennon spoke to the official website ahead of the last match of the season:

“There’s one game to go, and thankfully it won’t be as nervous as the end of last season but if we don’t get it right on Saturday it’s a long, long time throughout the summer until the next game.

“There was pleasing aspects of how we played on Saturday, conceding 5 goals obviously was a huge disappointment but on reflection of the game we handled a very good Airdrie side well in the first half. They were ruthless in front of goal, and we should have done better with the chances that we had. The game could have ended up high scoring for both sides looking back on it.

“We usually bounce back after poor results, and we have to do it again this week. We’re facing a side going into the play offs who will want to take momentum into their semi-final. They have done us over twice this season, we need to be mindful of that and be at our best in both boxes.

“The support from the fans through the whole season has been fantastic. The send-off the players got at the end after a poor result on Saturday there sums up this football club. We need to give the fans something to look forward to over the summer ahead of what will be a challenging season, but it’s a challenge we’re looking forward to. We have made progress over the last 5 years during my time here, but we need to be hungry and demand more to keep the progression going.”

Entry for this match is Pay at the Gate:

Entry is priced at:-

  • Adults – £16
  • Students/over-65s/ages 13-16 – £10
  • Age 12 and under – £8
  • Parent and child under 12 – £20

Access to the live stream can also be purchased through this link at a price of £12.