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Peterhead are hoping to win again following a 0-1 League One triumph over Dumbarton. The only scorer from Peterhead was Ben Armour (54').

Their more recent scorelines shine a light on the fact that there has been much resilience in the Peterhead defence. The Blue Toon have been stingy, seeing the total number of goals that have gone in at their end during their past six clashes standing at 3. We shall soon see if that trend will be continued on into this next match.

Pre-game facts show that Peterhead haven't lost in the league to Clyde in their previous 5 matches and are undefeated in their previous 3 home league matches. Previously, Clyde drew 2-2 in the League One tie with Montrose. The only name on the scoresheet from Clyde was Lewis Jamieson (32', 36'). Graham Webster (31', 42') was the scorer for Montrose.

The stats tell the story, and Clyde have been scored against in 6 of their last 6 matches, seeing opposing sides hit 16 goals in all. In defence, The Bully Wee have clearly had some problems. Going into this contest, Clyde have not registered a win against Peterhead when having played them away from home in the previous 2 matches in the league.

Head to head

A look at their prior head to head meetings stretching back to 05/01/2019 tells us that Peterhead have won 3 of these games & Clyde 1, with the number of drawn results being 2. An aggregate of 18 goals were scored between them in this period, with 11 for The Blue Toon and 7 being from The Bully Wee. That is an average goals per game value of 3.

The last league match between the two was League One match day 3 on 31/10/2020 which ended up with the score at Clyde 0-2 Peterhead.

Team News: Peterhead

Josh Mulligan (Ankle Injury), Alan Cook (Knee Injury) and Gary Fraser (Knee Injury) will not be taking part for Peterhead gaffer Jim McInally.

Team News: Clyde

Due to a mostly available group of players, there is only a single fitness worry for the Clyde manager Danny Lennon to be concerned about. Tom Lang (Head Injury) misses out for this game.


Clyde would be disappointed if they were not to put a goal past this Peterhead outfit, however it probably won’t quite prevent them from conceding a couple at the other end.

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