Injured duo missing from Coughlin's first home game in charge
Berwick will be without Dwayne Coultress and Kieran Ainslie for the visit of Clyde in boss John Coughlin's first home game in charge.
Coultress is sidelined with a leg injury and Ainslie has a knee problem, while Coughlin was encouraged by last week's display despite going down 1-0 to Annan.
Coughlin said: "The reaction from the players has been terrific and they were very positive down at Annan. Their goalkeeper won man of the match and that shows you how well we played.
"If I can get the same level against Clyde and better fortune in front of goal then we can get a win."
Clyde, who have won their last two games, are without the suspended Chris Mitchell and Brian McQueen is missing due to a knee injury, but Sean Higgins could return after a knock.
Manager Barry Ferguson said: "We have scored twice in our last two games and the goals have come from all over the pitch, which is really pleasing for everyone.
"Berwick will take a lift from a new manager coming in and it being his first home game so we have to guard against that.
"If we can hit the heights that we have in the past couple of weeks then I am sure we can pick up another win."