John Sweeney (60 mins)
Gary Graham (78 mins)
Scott Chaplain (14 mins)
Michael Daly (15 mins)
Michael Daly (47 mins)
The Irn-Bru Scottish Football League Championship Third
, Jan 5, 2013
Ground: Broadwood Stadium , Kickoff: 15:00 , Att 524
Clyde aiming to bounce back Clyde will look to bounce back from a disappointing start to the New Year when they lost 4-1 to Queen's Park by seeing off visitors Annan.
They are again without Gavin Brown, who has a hamstring problem, and Iain Gray has been ill with tonsillitis.
Bully Wee boss Jim Duffy said: "We got a spanking from Queen's Park and it was a very disappointing performance to begin the New Year with.
"Hopefully the players will respond in the right manner as they have been told that it was nowhere near good enough.
"I have watched Annan's performance against Rangers on Wednesday and they did very well.
"Whilst we have beaten them twice this season, we know that we will have to up our game to do so again." Annan will have interim manager Euan Brydson in charge for a fourth time as they head to Clyde with only striker Graeme Ramage missing through a knee injury.
Brydson is out to ensure that there is no post-Rangers hangover from his men.
"This game has less focus than the live TV match against Rangers but it is worth the same amount of points," he explained.
"If we go into it with anything less than our total concentration then we will not come close to securing a win.
Clyde vs Annan Athletic
Last modified 17:45 05/01/13
Annan survive late rally Annan weathered a second-half comeback from Clyde to record a 3-2 win in their encounter at Broadwood Stadium.
Scott Chaplain broke the deadlock in the 14th minute when he reacted quickest to Steven Swinglehurst's header to put the away side ahead.
Michael Daly then headed home Michael McGowan's left-wing cross just a minute later as the Black and Golds raced into a two-goal lead.
The visiting supporters were treated to a third goal, two minutes after the break, when Daly grabbed his second goal of the game with a close-range header.
The Bully Wee rallied and came back into the match on the hour mark thanks to John Sweeney's sweetly-struck volley.
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Substitution||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Rating|
|3||Gerard Traynor(sub 79)|
|7||Sean Fitzharris(sub 45)|
|10||Bryan Gilfillan(sub 54)|
|12||Stuart McColm(sub 45)|
|14||John Neill(sub 79)|
|15||Gary Graham(sub 54)|
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Substitution||Rating|
|5||Steven Swinglehurst(sub 83)|
|7||Alistair Love(sub 63)|
|6||Jordan McKechnie(sub 79)|
|12||Greig Thorburn(sub 63)|
|14||Peter Watson(sub 83)|
|15||John Watson(sub 79)|