AFTER the huge disappointment of Friday night Cowdenbeath have to get their minds on this Saturday’s Ladbrokes League 2 match at Broadwood with Clyde.

The Blues were all set for their big live televised tie when a ‘local’ referee turned up and put the match off due to a couple firmish patches near the corner flag at the High Street end.

But as boss Gary Bollan has always maintained the league is the bread and butter for Cowdenbeath with the Scottish tie a bonus.

So after their fine win at Elgin the Blue Brazil have the Clyde game before they make another attempt to play Rangers on Wednesday April 30.

Clyde are currently sitting in the top three well clear of fourth top Annan Athletic so it is going to be another tough game for the Blues.

Indeed, the Bully Wee are only two points behind second top Peterhead and five behind leaders Edinburgh City so they will be desperate to win, while Cowdenbeath are very aware that they are only three off Annan and could move into the top four if they win at Broadwood.

Mr Bollan was very disappointed that the Rangers game was postponed but he knows that the Clyde game is now the important one.

He said: “It was all a bit frustrating on Friday night for a power of work had gone in to getting the pitch and team ready for a major occasion.

“I honestly felt that we could have got it on with a bit of work on what was felt to be problem areas but the decision was taken and that was that.

“Now we have to concentrate on the match with Clyde, for it is a very important fixture for us and clearly a difficult task.”

He added: “Clyde have been having a great season and are very much involved in the fight for the title never mind the promotion play-offs.

“So clearly it will be a hard game but we have played them three times and done pretty well in all these matches.

“If we can play with the same way we tackled Elgin City there is no reason why we cannot get a result.

“It is a hard run we have with teams in the top three, but if we want to be in with a chance of being in the top four these are games we have to look to get results from.”

With Friday’s postponement everyone is available for the trip to Broadwood with no injuries or suspensions to worry about. Skipper David Marsh and left-back Jason Talbot are ready for action as is midfielder Blair Malcolm.

The strike force of Jordan Allan, Kris Renton (pictured) and David Cox have been playing a big part in the Cowden resurgence and they could hold the key to success on Saturday.