League leaders, Stenhousemuir return to Ochilview on Saturday where we take on Clyde on matchday 8 in the cinch league 2. 

The Warriors climbed to the top of the cinch league 2 last Saturday where an Edin Lynch second half header was enough to separate the sides against Bonnyrigg Rose at New Dundas Park. Gary Naysmith previewed tomorrow’s game after the Bonnyrigg game. “I think it’ll be a difficult game. I think every team can beat everyone on their day. They’ve brought a few players in in recent weeks which can give them a lift.” 

Nicky Jameson also previewed tomorrow’s game, “There’s no easy games. They’ll be looking to build up. We can’t get carried away. It’s only 7 games in and we can’t get carried away.

The Warriors will be looking to continue their stellar defensive record this season having already picked up 6 clean sheets in 7 games. 

Ross Taylor begins some time on the sidelines as he recovers from a shoulder injury that he picked up last week in the win over Bonnyrigg. New signing Mark Ferrie is available for selection following his loan transfer from Motherwell this week.

The Warriors do not have the best record in this fixture with only 14 wins, 19 draws and 34 defeats in 67 matches. The last match was a 3-2 defeat at Ochilview on the 10th of March 2018.

After being defeated by Annan Athletic in the league 1 playoff, Clyde have not had the best start to life in cinch league 2. They sit at the bottom of the table with just one league win this season. That win came last weekend at home to Elgin where they won 2-1 with goals from Rennie and King. 

Brian McLean’s men have also picked a couple of draws this season as well. A 1-1 draw with Spartans in the opening game and a 0-0 draw at home to Forfar. 

If you want to get behind the boys at Ochilview tomorrow, get all the information below.

Match preview by Angus Blacklock



Opponents | Clyde

Competition | cinch League 2

Date | Saturday 30 September

Kick Off | 3pm

Location | Ochilview Park, Stenhousemuir

Match Entry |  Cash and digital tickets are accepted at the turnstiles. The easiest option is to buy your ticket in advance and you can do that easily here.

  • Adult | £15
  • Concession 65+ | £10
  • Under 16 | £5

Live Coverage |  We have live coverage on Warriors TV for non-UK viewers only. You can find all the details here.

Ochilview Guide | If you’re making your first trip to Ochilview, you may find our handy guide useful. You can view this here.




Gladstone Rd, Stenhousemuir, FK5 4QL


From the West
Leave the M876 at Junction 2 and follow the A88 towards Stenhousemuir. After about three quarters of a mile turn right into Tryst Road. The ground is down the bottom of this road on the left.

From the East
At Junction 7 of the M9 join the M876 going East bound towards Kincardine. At the end of the M876 take the third exit at the roundabout onto the A905. At the roundabout that is the junction with the A88, take the second exit onto the A88 (Bellsdyke Road). After around two miles turn left at the mini roundabout into Tryst Road for the ground.

Remember also to ignore the ‘football traffic’ signs around the area, as if you follow them you will eventually end up at Falkirks’ ground. Street parking.


The nearest railway station is Larbert, which is just under a mile away from Ochilview Park. As you come out of the station, bear left down the main (King Street) road in front of the station. Continue down Kings Road and you will reach the ground on the left.


Referee | Greg Soutar

AR 1 | Kevin Buchanan

AR 2 | Lewis Hogarth