Fourth placed Largs Thistle face a big match at home to Clydebank on Saturday and are hoping for a big turn-out of fans after an amazing year for the club.

Largs reached their third Scottish Cup final in June, and are flying high in the Premier League after re-building their squad from last season, having achieved some notable victories including a 2-1 win against this Saturday's opponents Clydebank earlier in the season. The Largs boss wants his young team to do the double over the Bankies in the Premier League.
Stuart Davidson said: "Clydebank are always tough opposition but we are at home and we have the experience of having already beaten them this season.
"To me to finish the year with a win would be well merited. Hitting the 30 points mark would be a fitting way to round off 2019.
"Clydebank always bring a great crowd, and with it being the holiday season I hope the Largs fans can turn out in good numbers."

Promising young striker Will Sewell, who scored against Kilwinning and Irvine Meadow, was absent from the squad which lost at Pollok last weekend.
Davidson explained: "Will wants to take a wee step outside the juniors and go back to play with his pals at Largs Thistle U21s."
The Thistle boss said he was leaving the door open for the striker's return.
Ben Black was injured in the Cumnock clash and Davidson hopes the Thistle winger can return to fitness in time for the big Bankies match.
Paul Harkins is getting closer to a return after suffering an aggravated hamstring injury.

It is a 1.45pm kick-off on Saturday at Barrfields Park.