David Marsh back as Clyde look to clinch play-off place
Clyde have David Marsh back from suspension as they look to end a run of disappointing results and book their place in the Ladbrokes League Two play-offs by getting the better of visitors Stirling.
Barry Ferguson's men are winless in five but will guarantee a top-four finish with victory in their final game of the campaign.
Ferguson, who is without Jon-Paul McGovern, Scott Ferguson and Brian McQueen (all knee), said: "Despite not winning for five games getting promoted is still very much in our hands.
"We did not play with enough quality at Queen's Park last weekend and we have to do better in this game. Stirling had a good win over Annan last weekend and will be looking to do the same to us."
Stirling have Scott Buist missing due to a groin injury while Phil Johnston is absent due to a similar complaint.
Albion are unbeaten in their last five games but are not in the running for a play-off place.
Assistant manager Martyn Corrigan said: "It is the second week running that we are facing a side looking for a win to get into the play-offs. We would much rather be in their position however if we can defeat Clyde in the same manner that we defeated Annan it will have been a decent end to our season.
"A draw may not be enough for Clyde so they will come out and attack us. We will need to stand strong to ensure that we get something from the game."