Harvey is hoping to beat the weather
Rutherglen Glencairn boss Willie Harvey believes it will be a tough game for his team this weekend — if it goes ahead.
The Glens gaffer does not think the match against Kilsyth will overcome the bad weather expected later in the week.
Harvey’s men, who have been given three home games in a row, have not been able to play on their own Southcroft Park for eight weeks.
Although the players have only been able to train for an hour twice a week, Willie is positive they can get a result on Saturday.
He said: “I think it will be a very close game and one of our players, Paul Doyle will be playing against his old club.
“He played for Kilsyth for eight years so it will be a challenge for him.
“They’re a strong team and they started well before the weather kicked in.”
The Glens have no injury worries. However Jonny Boal is not expected to appear in a black and white hooped jersey until the new year.
Kilsyth currently sit in third spot in the Superleague First Division, six points above Glencairn in ninth.
Frustration Willie Harvey