East Fife could be at full strength for Clyde clash
East Fife player/manager Gary Naysmith should have a full squad to choose from against Clyde as Craig Murray is close to getting over an ankle knock.
Graeme MacGregor left by mutual consent this week after dropping out of the starting XI. Naysmith said: "We have done well to win four games from five, however we face a real challenge against Clyde.
"They have an experienced squad with lots of options up front and they will also be looking to bounce back after losing to Montrose last weekend.
"However our players are showing a determination to get results just now and that is a great strength."
Clyde can call upon their new recruit Ross Millen, however Michael Bolochoweckyj will miss out through suspension and Brian McQueen remains out long term with a knee injury.
Chris Mitchell plays his last game before leaving due to work commitments. Manager Barry Ferguson said: "We have made a slow start to 2016 due to postponements and defeats in the two games that we have played.
"The performance and commitment levels have been good, however things have not gone for us in our opponents' penalty box. That will change and when it does our results will change as well.
"East Fife are a good side but we can get a positive result."