COWDENBEATH have a very important game to close the season from the point of view of which club is going to win the Ladbrokes League 2 title!

Clyde, who come to Central Park on Saturday, need to win this game against Cowden and hope that Peterhead lose to Queen’s Park at Hampden to win the title and move straight up to League 1.

Clyde beat QP on Saturday, and with the Blue Toon, drawing with Stirling Albion at Balmoor, it closed the gap between the Bully Wee and the Aberdeenshire side to two points with one game to play.

So while there is no pressure on the Blue Brazil, there is the chance to have a real say in who wins the title.

And manager Gary Bollan will be wanting his team to play 90 minutes like they played the closing quarter of the game at Annan on Saturday.

Cowden had a real struggle on their hands early in the game but came back strongly and were unlucky not to leave Galabank with a point.

Said the manager: “We played some reasonable stuff in the first-half but I felt we were a little unlucky with a couple of their goals that came from decisions that could have gone our way.

“I felt that their first and third came from situations that I felt should could have gone our way but we came right back at them and when we got it back to 3-2 we were the team on the front foot and were always looking the more dangerous team."

Looking ahead to Saturday he commented: “It is a big game for Clyde and it will have a good atmosphere about it and we want to end the season on a high positive note and make it four wins out of five if we can.

“But to do that we will have to play like we did in our two previous home games against Edinburgh City and Elgin. If we do that we can pose Clyde plenty of problems.

“We still want to finish in seventh position and to do that we need to win the game and that will be our aim.”

With Kris Renton and Jordyn Sheerin both out of action the Blue will be relying on David Cox and Jordan Allan, who have scored 18 goals between them this season, for the firepower to win this game.

It will be a fixture which will have plenty of atmosphere about it with Clyde certain to bring through a couple of hundred fans for this one in the hope that they can win the title and avoid the play-offs.