REVENGE is uppermost on the mind of new Irvine Meadow co-manager Colin Spence as the team aim to erase the memory of one of the season’s low points on Saturday.

They host Clydebank for the first time since going down 2-0 to the Glasgow outfit in October, on an afternoon which saw club captain Ben Carson suffer a broken leg and dislocated ankle and play held up for more than half an hour while was treated.

Carson is out for the season but making good progress and will be hoping his team can clinch victory to end a disappointing four-game losing run. Spence supervised a training session on Saturday as the scheduled home game with Rutherglen Glencairn was called off owing to a waterlogged pitch.

He said: “It’s an important game for us as we are looking to pick up a win at home after losing here to Glenafton the other week.

“You could say we are seeking revenge as Clydebank beat us last time up there. It was disappointing to lose that game although we all had Ben on our minds and were hoping he would be okay.”

The skipper is progressing well.

Spence added: “Ben comes along to the games and has also been along watching training. We are hoping that he could be back playing in September or October. He is coming on well and is such a popular player at the club.”