Clydebank will be looking to put their Scottish Junior Cup exit at the hands of Hurlford behind them this weekend as they return to West Premiership league action against Pollok Juniors at Newlandsfield.

It has been a month since Kieran McAnespie's side last lined up in the league with cup duty not affording the Bankies the chance to bounce back from the 2-1 loss at home to Glenafton Athletic on February 16.

Bankies have since slipped down to seventh in the table with the gaffer admitting that there isn't a lot left to play for in their remaining eight matches.

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Speaking to Post Sport last week, he said: "We’ve not got a lot to play for in the league now. Our main focus was the cup but it wasn’t to be this year. Our focus now is putting as much points on the board as we can. We have been punching way above our weight this season and we’ve enjoyed that, so we’ll continue to do that and see where it takes us in the remaining matches.”

Tomorrow's match with Pollok will be the the first time the club's have met this season with the Lok currently sitting four points ahead of Clydebank in fifth spot.

Kick-off at Newlandsfield Park tomorrow is 2pm.