Clyde boss Barry Ferguson is hoping his side can bounce back from the Scottish Cup defeat to Formartine when they play Queen's Park at Hampden.
The Bully Wee also lost their last Ladbrokes League 2 fixture, 1-0 at home to Stirling Albion, but Ferguson believes they can put that behind them and do well in the forthcoming derby match.
He told the club website: "It was a horrendous weekend but we are concentrating on the league now and there's still a long way to go.
"We've had two bad defeats, don't get me wrong, but we were flying high a few weeks ago and looking strong. Unfortunately we didn't take our chances in a couple of those games that we should have won. That's probably had an effect on the boys and that's one of the things we'll be speaking to them about.
"We need to get on to the training pitch and blow away the cobwebs from the last two weeks. We'll have a chat as a group, go through some things and move on to preparation for Saturday."