East Fife will be hoping for a better result after the 3-0 League One loss in their previous game against Montrose. Graham Webster (16'), Andrew Steeves (39') and Lewis Milne (59') scored for Montrose. In their prior six fixtures, Darren Young's East Fife have netted 8 times resulting in an average number of goals scored per match of 1.33. Coming into this contest, East Fife are unbeaten in their last 10 home league matches. A very good run at home. Clyde will go into this encounter following a 0-2 League One win with the eclipse of Peterhead in their most recent game. For Clyde, the goalscorers were Craig Howie (62') and Ross Cunningham (73'). The numbers tell their own story, and Clyde have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 matches, conceding 14 goals in total. At the back, The Bully Wee can certainly do much better. That sort of trend won’t necessarily follow through into this game, of course.
Coming into this clash, Clyde have left without a victory over East Fife when they have played them away from home in the previous 4 league games. They really have not been travelling well at all.
Head to head A look at their past head to head meetings dating back to 30/01/2016 tells us that East Fife have won 2 of them and Clyde 1, with the tally of drawn matches being 3. A combined sum of 11 goals were scored between them throughout the course of those matches, with 7 from The Fife and 4 for The Bully Wee. That’s an average goals per game figure of 1.83. The previous league clash between these sides was League One match day 12 on 20/03/2021 which finished with the scoreline of Clyde 1-3 East Fife.
Team News: East Fife East Fife boss Darren Young will be happy not to have any fitness worries whatsoever coming into this game thanks to a fully injury-free squad available to choose from. Team News: Clyde In an otherwise available group, there is just a single fitness worry for the Clyde boss Danny Lennon to be concerned with. Tom Lang (Head Injury) misses out for this game. Prediction East Fife will most probably get amongst the goals against Clyde, who may well struggle to score. I am therefore expecting to see a pretty comfortable 2-0 margin for East Fife at the end of the match.