Home tie for Bully Wee in next round of Scottish

Clyde's Pat Scullion in the thick of the action.
Clyde's Pat Scullion in the thick of the action.

Clyde have drawn a home tie in the next round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

The Bully Wee booked their place in the fourth round when they triumphed in a hard-fought game against Brora Rangers at Broadwood on Saturday.

Now they will face either Stranraer or Auchinleck Talbot at Broadwood on Saturday, November 30.

Saturday’s game got off to a bad start for the Bully Wee when Highland League side Brora went ahead in the third minute, a shot by Sutherland which managed to find its way past Barclay in the home goal.

The visitor’s advantage did not last long as Stef McCluskey scored an equaliser ten minutes later, when he latched on to a pass from Stuart McColm and rounded the keeper before slotting the ball home.

Kevin Watt joined the action in the second half and scored the winning goal only moments later.

From a short corner, Ferguson delivered a low cross and Watt did well to find the bottom of the net with a first-time shot.

Clyde held on to secure their place in the fourth round.