Clyde sweating over Chris Smith for Queen's Park clash
Clyde have Chris Smith struggling for fitness ahead of their clash with title rivals Queen's Park.
Brian McQueen is also occupying the treatment room with a knee injury.
The Bully Wee defeated leaders Annan last weekend and have now turned their sights on a Hampden side who they have not beaten so far this season, with manager Barry Ferguson saying: "Queen's have been tough opponents in this campaign however we should have beaten them at our place before losing late goals and then matched them all the way at Hampden.
"We are on a good run just now and the players are working really hard to keep that going."
Queen's Park add a fit-again John Carter and he could replace Chris Duggan, who has headed back to Partick Thistle at the end of his loan spell.
Head coach Gus MacPherson has ruled out the injured Tony Ralston (ankle) and Tony Quinn (hip), with Ryan McGeever and Craig McLeish both struggling.
MacPherson said: "Having won at Annan last weekend Clyde will see this as an opportunity to put a marker down in terms of their league challenge.
"They are on a high and we are going there after a disappointing last kick of the ball defeat from Berwick. However we are determined to make up for losing those points."