McQueen missing as Clyde look to turn the tide against Montrose
Clyde will be without injured defender Brian McQueen for Saturday's clash at home to Montrose.
The 24-year-old is missing with a knee injury but there is better news for the out of form hosts as Scott Linton is over an illness and could feature.
The Bully Wee have not won in seven games and could hand Scott Durie a first start of the season as manager Barry Ferguson targets a consistent run.
"The game against Queen's Park saw us play well in the first half but they were better in the second," he said.
"We ended up with a draw and could have won it but now it is all about being consistent as we have been up and down all season. Hopefully we can hit a good level of performance against Montrose and stay there."
Montrose have added Hearts defender Jahmel Howlett-Mundle and Dundee midfielder Jesse Curran on an emergency loans to provide cover for their injury-hit squad.
Andrew Steeves, Ross McCord and Terry Masson all picked up knee injuries in Tuesday night's Scottish Cup defeat to Lothian Thistle and they join goalkeeper Jordan Millar (ribs), Paul Watson (groin), Matty Allan (ankle), Ryan Kenneth (chest) and Adam McWilliam (ankle) in missing out.
Manager Paul Hegarty said: "It is bad enough having the injuries but everyone is flat after losing in the Scottish Cup. We did not deserve anything more so we have to do better against Clyde."