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PREVIEW: Livingston v Clyde

Clyde’s Viaplay Cup campaign comes to an end tomorrow with a visit to cinch Premiership side Livingston.

The Lions currently sit second in Group C, a point behind Hamilton Accies, who face Cove Rangers on Saturday.

Tickets can be purchased through the Livingston ticketing portal in advance. Prices have been set as £12 adults/£6 concessions. Under-16s are free of charge.

Tickets will also be on sale from the ticket office in the Main Stand from 1.30pm onwards tomorrow. Car parking is available at the stadium for £5 (cash only).

Head Coach Brian McLean will once again find his squad stretched with Ross Forbes sitting out due to suspension after picking up two yellow cards in the competition and a number of ongoing injury concerns including Barry Cuddihy who was withdrawn in the first half on Tuesday and Conor Scullion who missed out altogether. Stuart Carswell and Darren Hynes have both returned to training but tomorrow’s encounter may come too soon for them.

You can listen to Brian’s pre-match thoughts below:


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ARCHIVE: Watch Clyde’s 2-0 win over Livingston in May 2001 below:


Junction 3 on the M8 eastbound is closed.

During the slip road closure, traffic heading to Livingston will be directed to leave the M8 at Junction 3A, the junction prior to where the works are taking place. The diversion will follow Carnegie Road, Deans Road and the A89 east to join the A899 Livingston Road at Dechmont Roundabout. This will add less than one mile and typically less than five minutes to journey times – though longer delays can be expected during peak times. Westbound M8 motorway traffic will remain unaffected.