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PREVIEW: Clyde v Dumbarton

The Bully Wee take a break from league action tomorrow evening as they welcome Dumbarton to New Douglas Park in a 3rd round Scottish Cup tie.

The Sons currently sit top of cinch League 2 after an impressive start to the season, and include ex-Clyde favourites Martin McNiff and Ally Love in their squad.

Following his ankle injury last week Ross Cunningham joins Ryan Mullen, Andy Rodden and Conner Duthie on the sidelines. Barry Cuddihy and Ross Lyon could return to the squad as they battle back to fitness, whilst Joshua Bradley-Hurst will be included again with his loan recall being extended for another seven days.

Jim Duffy spoke to the official website in the buildup to the match:-

“Since coming in the attitude of the players has been magnificent and their work ethic is outstanding. All I can ask for as a manager is for the team to give me everything and they’ve certainly done that in the two games so far.

“Dumbarton are doing very well in League 2 and will be brimming with confidence. I’m sure they fancy themselves but we just have to approach the game with the same mentality as we have done recently, and if we do that we can compete with anyone. These games should excite players; you want to be in cup for as long as you possibly can and there is a chance to make yourself a hero in this competition.”


MATCHDAY INFORMATION

Kick-off:  7.45pm. The tie will be played to a finish, with extra-time and penalties if required.

Tickets:  Season Passes are not valid for this match. Tickets are available to purchase in advance from the Ticket Store priced at £16 Adults/£12 Over-65’s/£5 Under-16s. Tickets will also be available to purchase from the Clyde Office (to the left of the Main Doors) but supporters are strongly encouraged to purchase online in advance to avoid queues.

Live Stream: A live stream will be available for viewers worldwide (including the UK and Northern Ireland) to purchase and watch as the kick-off time falls outwith the Saturday afternoon blocked hours. Stream access can be purchase through the Ticket Store  for £15 plus admin fee.

Stadium Entry: Both sets of supporters should enter via turnstiles 1-3 on the right (south-west corner) of the Main Stand or via the Main Door through the Fanzone. Please have your ticket ready for scanning before entering the turnstile.

Seating Arrangements: Home supporters will be seated in Sections C – J of the Main Stand. Please note that the back 2 rows of Section GF are reserved only for Gold Season Pass holders and hospitality. Away supporters will be seated in Sections A and B of the Main Stand.

Fanzone: The Fanzone will be open for home and away supporters from 6pm. Access can be gained by entering through the Main Doors. The area includes a pool table, a free kids arcade area and multiple TVs showing World Cup football. A range of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks as well as teas and coffees are available, with pints of lager costing just £4. Burgers and hot dogs will be available to purchase in the Fanzone.

Kiosks: Food kiosks are located at pitch level at both ends of the main stand from 6.45pm until 9pm. Please note that kiosks accept cash only.

Getting Here: Click here for details of how to get to New Douglas Park by car, bus or train. Car Parking: Main Stand car parking is reserved for Executive Club members and Gold Season Pass holders who can park anywhere within this area. To upgrade your Season Pass visit the online shop. There is ample free car parking available in the underground car park on Auchinraith Avenue next to the stadium or at the SLC car park on Caird Street.

The Clyde View: A reduced 16-page issue (Issue 10a) of the the club’s award-winning matchday programme will be on sale, priced at £2. You can also order through the Club Shop, including postage.