Clydebank FC have warned fans to be wary of fake tickets being sold ahead of their cup clash with Elgin City FC.

The Bankies admitted they couldn't "quite believe" they had to give the warning but they had been made aware of forged tickets. 

All 1,040 legitimate tickets have been sold out for the Scottish Cup second round tie where they will host the Scottish League Two side on Monday, October 25.

The match will also be available to watch on BBC Scotland. Kick-off at Holm Park is at 7.45pm.

A Bankies spokesperson told the Post: “We have been disgusted to hear of fraudulent ticket sales going about.

"Tickets haven’t yet been issued and were only sold through the club, and it is frustrating to see opportunists use such a positive occasion for their own gain.

"Any tickets from other sources such as QR codes are not valid and will be refused entry. We’d urge anyone who has been a victim of any fraud to contact their bank as soon as possible.”