Clyde out to beat Stirling again
Clyde will look to create a seven-point gap on fellow promotion chasers Stirling by repeating their success from earlier in the season, but they will attempt to do so without three players.
Injuries to Nic Rajovic (shoulder) and Kevin Watt (ankle) ensures they are sidelined with illness continuing to keep Ryan MacBeth absent.
Manager Jim Duffy said: "We have scored seven goals in our last two games which is a great return as we are a side that often struggles in front of goal.
"Stirling are a good side, however we can win this game if we keep showing our clinical side."
Stirling have Kieran McAnespie back available after suspension and Mark Ferry is free of work commitments, however David McClune sits out the second game of his ban.
Ross Forsyth is out with a hip injury and Darren Smith is a doubt with a calf problem.
Manager Grieg McDonald said: "We are there on goals scored which is not ideal but it gives us something to build on. A win would keep us in the chase and a handsome win would probably keep us in the top four. Either way we know what we need to win."