Bankies boss Kieran McAnespie has an almost fully fit squad to pick from, with only Alan Vezza missing through injury.
Bankies enter Saturday’s clash looking to make it four consecutive victories, following wins against Cumbernauld United, Kilsyth Rangers and Petershill as we continue our for a top three finish.
The Seasiders, meanwhile, currently sit sixth in the Super First table – four points behind Clydebank with three games in hand.
And while April rendered just one win from five league outings, 11 wins from their 20 games mean they continue to challenge at the top end of the table.
LAST MEETING: Girvan 3 Clydebank 4; Saturday 8 October 2016
Nicky Little’s double and goals from Jordan Shelvey and Joel Kasubandi saw Bankies leave Hamilton Park with three points despite a late fightback that also saw Calum Gow score an own goal.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE: Matthew MacDermid
The Lanarkshire-based official will be taking charge of his second Clydebank match of the season, having overseen our 5-1 win away to Cumbernauld United at the end of last year. He is assisted by Philip Hogg and Paul Salina.
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Kick off is 2pm. Come on Bankies!