We bring down the curtain on a season of two halves when we face Clyde at Broadwood on Saturday, kick-off 12.45pm. A poor start to 2012/13 cost us the chance of a play-off place but we head for Cumbernauld having lost just twice in our last 16 matches and victory on the plastic pitch could see us finish just four points outside the top four.
Team news: Brian Allison and Ross Forsyth are again ruled out with knee injuries but Ross McGeachie, who went off against Elgin last week, is available. There is a doubt over Graham Weir due to illness. Clyde are without the suspended Stevie Bronsky while Jack Sloss, Michael Oliver, David Marsh, Gavin Brown, Gary Graham, Stuart McColm and Kevin Nicoll are all injured.
This season: Clyde won 1-0 at Forthbank in August and were 2-1 winners at Broadwood in January but we came out on top 2-0 in the most recent meeting in February thanks to goals from Kieran McAnespie and Mark Ferry.
Match facts: We are two points ahead of Clyde but the Bully Wee have won their last three home games. We have been hard to beat on our travels of late, drawing with Rangers, Queen’s Park and Montrose and beating Annan 1-0 a fortnight ago.
Jim Duffy: “We’re struggling just now in terms of cover in certain positions, particularly in defence, but will give it a go.”
Greig McDonald: “Clyde have been very strong at home recently so we have to play well to get the win that will keep them at bay.”
Last five form: Clyde WLWLW Stirling Albion DDLWD
Referee: Gary Hilland
Admission: Adults £12, Concessions £6, Children U16 FREE
Weather: Better than Friday! Mainly dry and 10C
Other Division Three games: Annan v Montrose, Elgin City v East Stirling, Queen’s Park v Peterhead, Rangers v Berwick Rangers