Queen’s Park have been trailing Glasgow rivals Rangers all season, losing three times to the Ibrox side and trailing them by 27 points.
However, the second place team were defeated by another Rangers side on Tuesday night — Berwick Rangers.
A goal direct from Neil Janczyk and one straight from a corner by Dylan Easton were enough to secure a win for the home team at Shielfield Park.
It was positive news for QP on Saturday however when starlet, Lawrence Shankland, scored the winner as the Spiders came back from two goals down to record an eleventh victory in a row over Clyde.
Mick Keenan and Tony McParland put Queen’s back on terms before Shanks struck.
This Saturday, it’s another away trip for the Spiders who travel to in form Annan Athletic who are on a high after defeating league leaders Rangers on Saturday.
Pollok will also go into this weekend coming off a loss after losing 3-2 to Ashfield this weekend.
This Saturday, Pollok will hope to get back to winning ways when they visit Petershill sports complex to take on Petershill. Kick off is 2pm.
This week, the club confirmed the signing of striker Paul McAulay, who impressed as a trialist in the match away to Ashfield on Saturday. This will be McAulay’s second spell at Lok, having left a few years ago to coach in America.
Paul has played amateur football since his return from the States.
Goalkeeper Graham Black has left the club after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent while Jamie Docherty’s transfer to