Clydebank FC have the chance to claim their first piece of silverware in three years when they take on Pollok in the Sectional League Cup final on Sunday.

Kieran McAnespie's Bankies will be outsiders for many to lift the trophy at Somervell Park in Cambuslang.

Pollok spent big in the summer to bring in the likes of Stefan McCluskey from Alloa and Ryan McGregor from Arthurlie, but have had a mixed start to the Premier Division season.

However they ran out 4-0 winners when the sides met in a league clash at Newlandsfield in October.

There will be a familiar face for Clydebank to keep quiet, forward Nicky Little made the move to Lok in the summer after two goal-laden seasons with The Bankies.

McAnespie's men have defeated Cambuslang Rangers and Kirkintilloch Rob Roy on their route to the final, and will look to quickly bounce back from Saturday's Scottish Junior cup exit to Kennoway Star Hearts.

There are some good omens for Bankies fans hoping for an upset. When the teams last met in the Sectional League Cup final it was the Bankies who lifted the trophy with a 2-0 win.

Budgie McGhie's side, featuring the likes of Ross McPherson, Austin McCann, Vinnie Berry, Tommy Martin and Ciaran McElroy sealed a memorable cup double that year when they clinched the Central League Cup as well.

Kick-off on Sunday is at 1.30pm.