McQueen back on familiar soil
Clyde will hand a second debut to Brian McQueen against Berwick after the defender shook off a knee injury that had been troubling him since pre-season.
Winger Sean Fitzharris remains sidelined with a hamstring problem and manager Jim Duffy has added Scott Ferguson and Paul Orrick to his squad from the club's youth ranks.
Duffy, who wants to add more punch to his forward line, said: "We did ok at Falkirk last Saturday for the majority of the game before losing late goals.
"But when we attacked we did not show enough composure in front of goal. If we can put that right against Berwick we'll do well."
Berwick look set to bolster their defence after conceding five goals to Cowdenbeath last weekend with a first start of the season for fit-again Dougie Brydon.
Missing for the Shielfield men will be Devon Jacobs and Neil Janczyk through injury, but manager Ian Little remains upbeat despite his side's heavy defeat last weekend.
Little said: "We have played two Championship sides in our opening two games and beaten one of them, so it's been a decent start.
"We made mistakes against Cowdenbeath and if we cut them out we'll do ok against a Clyde side that were extremely compact for most of their last game against Falkirk."