Stirling Albion head for Broadwood on Saturday to play Clyde as we seek to equal the club record of seven successive away wins after beating Edinburgh City 2-1 at Ainslie Park last week.
Binos boss Dave Mackay celebrates his first year in charge – his dug-out debut was the 3-2 win over Elgin City at Borough Briggs – and we have a two-point lead over Montrose at the top of the Ladbrokes League 2 table.
Team news: Forward Peter MacDonald and midfielder Willie Robertson remain on the sidelines and striker Andy Little is yet to feature this season. Central defenders Scott Davidson and Ross Smith are also out.
Previous meetings: The last three games between the teams have all finished 3-2. Clyde ran out worthy winners at Forthbank in September and knocked us out of the Scottish Cup in January but we came out on top on our last visit to Cumbernauld in March.
Opponents: Clyde will again have U20 coach Tony McNally in interim charge following the recent departure of Jim Chapman. He steered the Bully Wee to a 1-1 draw away to Stenhousemuir last weekend. Clyde are in eighth place in the table and David Goodwillie is their top scorer, with seven league goals.
Referee: Graham Beaton
Admission: £13 for adults, £8 for concessions and free for U12s who are accompanied by an adult. Albion fans should use turnstiles A & B, which are to the left of centre in the Main Stand. Free U12 tickets should be collected from the Clyde matchday office before entering via the turnstiles.
Parking: Access to the Main Stand car park will be restricted to those with accreditation. All other vehicles will be directed to the West Stand car park.
Remembrance: A minute’s silence will be observed before the match.
The Clyde View: Issue 9 of Clyde’s award-winning matchday programme will be on sale, priced at £3.
Teamsheets: Available from the Clyde office approximately 30 minutes before kick-off at 20p per copy.
Bar 58: Open for both sets of fans, both pre-match from 1.00pm to 2.45pm and post-match from 5.00pm to 5.45pm. Entrance is via the turnstiles from 2.00pm onwards and via the main reception door of the Main Stand until 2.00pm. For post-match entry to Bar 58, fans should leave the ground and enter via the main reception door.
Smoking areas: Open at half-time only, in the designated area at the north end of the Main Stand for Clyde fans and at the south end of the Main Stand for Stirling Albion fans.
Weather: Forecast is bright but cold
Twitter: Updates will be available @Stirling_Albion
Next meeting: Stirling Albion v Clyde – 24/02/18
Our next game: Stirling Albion v Peterhead – 25/11/17