Brian McQueen missing as Clyde face East Stirling
Clyde defender Brian McQueen (knee) is the only absentee when the Bully Wee return to action after a fortnight's break against East Stirling.
Manager Barry Ferguson is looking for an improvement from his squad after their last outing ended in a 1-0 home defeat at hands of Queen's Park.
Ferguson said: "We did not play well that day and could not argue about the result. We have been working hard on putting things right and getting back to the good form we had been showing before then.
"East Stirling will come here and make things difficult but if we play like we can then we can win."
The Shire miss the injured duo Billy Vidler (knee) and Ross Gilmour (foot). Neil McCabe is a doubt for the game due to illness.
Head coach Craig Tully is hoping his side can bounce back from last weekend's disappointment after they let a two goal lead slip at Montrose to end up losing 3-2.
Tully said: "We really shot ourselves in the foot in that game. Our problems started when we failed to defend set pieces and that gave them (Montrose) hope.
"Clyde are a side that are big on hitting you hard from free-kicks and corners so we need to defend better this time out."