• FT

    Falkirk

    0

    Rangers

    2

  • FT

    Albion

    1

    Motherwell

    0

  • FT

    Alloa

    3

    Stirling

    2

  • FT

    Ayr

    1

    Dunfermline

    1

  • FT

    Berwick

    1

    Dumbarton

    3

  • FT

    Brechin

    1

    Forfar

    1

  • FT

    Clyde

    1

    Stranraer

    1

  • FT

    Dundee

    0

    Raith

    1

  • FT

    Inverness CT

    4

    Morton

    0

  • FT

    Queen of S't

    2

    St Mirren

    2

  • FT

    Ross County

    0

    Hibernian

    1

  • FT

    St Johnstone

    2

    Livingston

    0

  • FT

    Stenhousem'r

    3

    Fraserburgh

    0

  • PPD

    Clyde

    P

    Stranraer/Au

    P

SCOTTISH CUP

Broadwood Stadium, Scotland

Referee: A Muir | Attendance: 681

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Clyde

  • Kieran MacDonald 15'

1 - 1

FT

Stranraer

  • Jamie Longworth 44'

Daly back for Bully Wee

Michael Daly comes back into the reckoning for Clyde ahead of the visit of Stranraer in the Scottish Cup.

Daly returns to contention after a shoulder injury but goalkeeper Jamie Barclay continues to struggle with an ankle problem.

The Bully Wee, top of League Two, need to keep a familiar face quiet if they are to progress to the next round, according to manager Jim Duffy.

``Stranraer are in fine form and they look like a side that can score goals,`` said Duffy. ``Their striker Jamie Longworth is on a red hot streak of form and we know from his Queen's Park days just how dangerous he is."

Stranraer will be without winger Marc Corcoran as they look to keep a four-game winning streak going by seeing off their Cumbernauld hosts.

Corcoran has a hip problem and will sit out the fourth round tie along with on-loan Aberdeen defender Scott Rumsby, who continues to be missing following groin surgery.

Stranraer manager Stephen Aitken said: "We have had them watched and know that this will be a really tricky tie. Clyde are a really hard working side who are enjoying a great run of results so we have to play well to do anything.

"All I can ask my players to do is to keep doing what they have been doing as they have been great recently."

Despite both Clyde and Stranraer entering the Scottish Cup for the first time in 1877, Saturday's game will be the first ever meeting between the sides.

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