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PREVIEW: Hibernian v Clyde

The Bully Wee kick off the 2022-23 season tomorrow with a trip to the capital to take on Premiership side Hibernian in the Premier Sports Cup group stages. It’ll be Clyde’s first visit to Easter Road since January 2001.

Danny Lennon’s squad has seen wholesale changes, with 14 new faces added over the summer, including the returning Ray Grant, who will make his 100th Clyde appearance if selected.

Nathan Nyamsi Hendji and Cammy Ross have also been added to Danny Lennon’s pool on amateur contracts. Frenchman Nyamsi Hendji is a 27-year-old left-back who moved to Scotland last year and had a stint with Gretna 2008 after previously playing in Canada and with Sheffield FC in England. 22-year-old Ross is a winger who joins The Bully Wee from Whitletts Victoria. The duo have featured for the club during pre-season.

The Hibees will provide a formidable opponent, after reaching the Final of the Premier Sports Cup and semi-finals of the Scottish Cup last season. It will be manager Lee Johnson’s first game in charge of Hibs, and he has added strength and experience in the form of ex-internationals David Marshall and Aiden McGeady over the close season. The Bully Wee have not tasted success at Easter Road since December 1962.


Kick-off: 3pm

Tickets: Tickets priced at £12 Adults/£6 Concessions are available to purchase in advance from the Hibs Ticket Store. Tickets will also be available to purchase at the Ticket Office from the rear of the West Stand at Easter Road

Live Stream: The match will be streamed live at a cost of £12. For details of how to stream, click here.

Stadium Entry: Clyde fans will be housed in the South Stand and enter via turnstiles 5 and 6.

Food Kiosks: All food kiosks within the stadium are card payment only. Cash will not be accepted.

Bags: Bags bigger than 30cm by 30cm will not be allowed into the stadium.

Travel: Supporters are advised to leave plenty of time for the journey due to traffic issues in and around Edinburgh. Leith Walk should be avoided due to roadworks.