Keeper banned for Bully Wee trip
Elgin goalkeeper Ray Jellema will miss out against Clyde.
Jellema was sent off against Annan and the club appealed the decision. However, their challange was unsuccessful and he will serve his one-game ban against the Bully Wee.
A foot injury keeps Brian Cameron out and Paul Millar's knee injury sees him remain on the sidelines. However, midfielder Jamie Masson has joined on loan from Aberdeen and he should start.
Elgin manager Ross Jack said: "We have lost a lot of points recently through conceding late goals. It is a habit that we are in that has to stop. If we get ahead against Clyde we need to see the game out as a win changes our season."
Clyde include their new signing, striker Bradley Coyne, who has joined from Stirling Albion.
Michael Daly is available again after paternity leave but goalkeeping duo Jamie Barclay and Nik Rajovic remain out with ankle injuries, with on-loan Dundee United youngster Joe McFadden continuing between the sticks.
Ian Gray has shaken off a calf knock to play but there are doubts over the fitness of Ryan Frances and Kevin Watt.
Clyde manager Jim Duffy said: "We had a very strong half against Queen's Park last Saturday and then a poor half. We have switched off in a few games this season and we need to get back to ensuring 90-minute performances."