Berwick Rangers return to Shielfield Park on Saturday, in Ladbrokes League Two, with both players and supporters hoping for some home comforts after the 4-0 reverse at Stenhousemuir last weekend.

Danny Lennon and his Clyde side are the visitors for this game, with the match kicking off at 3pm. Clyde arrive in town on somewhat of a mini revival with three consecutive wins in the league.

Only a point separates the two sides in the table and a victory for the Bully Wee would see them leapfrog Berwick into 7th place in the standings.

Robbie Horn and his side will be hoping for a similar result as the last league encounter at Shielfield Park where two goals from on-loan Andrew Irving and a strike from Aaron Murrell gave the ‘Gers a 3-1 victory near the start of the season. This was followed up with a 0-0 draw in the game at Clyde just before Christmas.

Berwick News

Horn will have to shuffle his pack for this game with Keiran Stewart and Gary Phillips both picking up red cards in the game at Stenhousemuir.

Supporters will be hoping for a home debut for recent signing Jamie Todd, having been a substitute last weekend. There is also likely to be a second home debut for Paul Willis, after he returned to the club for a second spell.

Manager Robbie Horn has confirmed that Kevin McKinlay is definitely out with injury, with four other squad members struggling with knocks that will need to be assessed as late as possible to kick off.

Clyde News

Lennon and his side seem to have been buoyed by a busy transfer window with Jack Boyle and Dylan Cogill making debuts off the bench in the 3-2 win against Edinburgh City last time out.

Clyde have also added Ray Grant to the first team recently. The 21-year-old midfielder has signed until the end of the season. Grant has one cap for Scotland at under-19 level.

Steve Kipre is also likely to make his debut, having been formally registered on terms this week. Kipre has been training with the club and put pen to paper following international clearance.

The win against Edinburgh had a familiar feeling for the Bully Wee this season as the winner was netted by leading scorer and former Scotland international David Goodwillie. He has 13 league goals for the season.

Odds

Match sponsors Ladbrokes have this one as follows;

Berwick 2/1

Draw 23/10

Clyde 23/20

Admission

Usual home prices apply for this game. An adult ticket will cost £12 with concessions at £7. All under 16s will be allowed free entry to the game when accompanied by a paying adult.

Officials

Stephen Brown is the ref for this one. He will be supported by Willie Conquer and Ross Anderson.

The Red Lion pub in Berwick, a mere three minute walk from the train station, will welcome all supporters before and after the game for food and refreshments. Complimentary food will be provided when purchasing a drink. The Red Lion are the sponsors of Berwick Rangers TV.

We wish the boys well and hope to see as many of you as possible on Saturday as we look to get back to winning ways.