Dunfermline have managed just three wins in the last twelve meetings between the teams. Referee for this one will be Willie Collum, the man of many cards.
Four of DAFC's youngsters selected to join the preparatory Scotland Under 15s for training with their national youth group.
Can't make it to the game? Well Dunfermline Athletic are now launching our very own Match Highlights page online!
Pars extend unbeaten run, but only just
"It was good to get off the mark with Clyde but it was no consolation because we lost the game, so I am disappointed.
"We are scoring goals but we are also creating.That's the pleasing thing.
"It was a great first goal from a great cross field ball from Alex Burke and a terrific header from Simmy.
Kevin Harper will miss the match v Clyde following his red card against Partick Thistle
Pars breeze to comfortable half time lead at Broadwood and hold on for win.
Extensions have been confirmed for two of the Pars squad and one new name has been secured for next season on a pre contract deal.
Clyde have won only one of their last six home league games while Dunfermline have lost only one of their last six away games in the First Division.
"It is just a matter of getting a wee bit more clinical; if we get more clinical we will get results.
Goals rain in as U19s extend their winning run to four matches.
Craw pleased to be handed back striking role that ended his goal drought.
Alternative Match Report from Shaun Mitchell of St Columba's High School
Ian McCall and Jim McIntyre agree that Kevin Harper should not have been shown red.
Referee Brian Winter still has few friends at East End Park as ten men Pars are held to draw by Thistle.
"You have got to look to be winning your home games.
Owen Morrison's registration with Dunfermline Athletic was cancelled on Thursday 14th February.
The eagerly awaited DAFC retro 1961 and 1968 tops are now available in our club shop.
The last home league defeat by Thistle occurred almost 25 years ago. Thistle have lost eight of their twelve away games in this league campaign.
SFL Reserve League Cup game against East Fife fails to produce goals
Ten men enough to leave Ayr with three points.
Bamba comments after his first match for Jim McIntyre
Macca:- "He definitely kicked his own heel. Two or three of them said it was never a penalty but
Hamilton punish Pars again as Richard Offiong grabs a first half hattrick.
"It is for other people to talk about Hamilton and bubbles.
Over the past twelve matches between Dunfermline and Hamilton, the Pars have won six, lost four with two games ending all square. Hamilton have won the last two, though we want to forget!
Crawford, McManus and Phinn secure comfortable win
Macca signs up former Killie team mate on loan
Sunday 3rd February,