CUMBERNAULD’S Clyde F.C. will go up against Queen's Park, as The Spiders, prepare to play the Bully Wee at the town’s Broadwood Stadium, today.
Looking ahead to the IRN-BRU Third Division match, Clyde has said that they go into today’s match with a “clean sheet”.
In a match preview, the team recognise that Queen’s Park has provided Clyde with headaches before.
“The Spiders have completed ten successive wins against Clyde and are second only to Rangers in the league, but the Bully Wee will be eager to build upon last weekend’s encouraging performance against Peterhead, which saw Clyde record a 2-0 victory,” the team preview.
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However, the Bully Wee has made it clear that they enter today’s match with a “clean sheet”.
The match preview adds: “While the quality of Queen's Park’s attacking prowess was further emphasised midweek as they romped to a 5-3 victory over Elgin City, Clyde go into this match on the back of their first clean sheet since August.
“Clyde remain without David Marsh (groin), Gavin Brown (hamstring) and Michael Oliver (knee) and so could well be unchanged for tomorrow's game. Oliver is in fact due to get an operation on his knee next week so is unlikely to return for at least another month.”
The match kicks off at 3pm.
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