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18.10.1997 @ 15:00 Caledonian Stadium, Inverness Attendance: 1542
Inverness CT 0 - 0 Clydebank
Referee: R Orr League-match

Goalscorers
None. None
Starting Lineup
Les Fridge
Richard Hastings
Iain MacArthur
Vetle Andersen
Mark McCulloch
Paul Cherry
Barry Wilson
Barry Robson
Iain Stewart
Brian Thomson
Duncan Shearer
MacFarlane
Wishart
Lovering
Murdoch
McLaughlin
Brannigan
Kaljob
Nicolas
Brown
Docharty
McWilliams
Substitutes
Ross Tokely
Davie Ross
Wayne Addicoat
Miller
McCall
Teale
Substitutions
Ross Tokely -> Barry Wilson (82)
Wayne Addicoat -> Brian Thomson (82)
Teale => Brown (62)
McCall => Nicolas (68)
Miller => Kaljob (78)
Yellow cards
Ross Tokely (90)
Docharty
Kaljob
Brannigan
Red cards
None. None
Match report
A lucklustre performance from both sides. Defences played well and chances were rare. In 10 minutes Andersen sent a long ball through for Stewart but Ian Macfarlane raced out of his goal to clear. A minute later a Stewart pass from the left was met by Shearer but his off-balance strike was saved by the keeper. Two minutes later at the other end Simon Kaljob intercepted a McCulloch header and forced two great saves from Fridge. In 21 minutes Robson sent in a cross from the left which Shearer just failed to reach and 4 minutes later Clydebanks Derick McWilliams shot over the bar from 18 yards when he should have done better. In 38 minutes a tremendous last-gasp tackle from MacArthur took the ball off the feet of Kaljob inside the box. Just before half-time Robson ran down the left and sent in a great ball across goal but he was too fast for the other forwards and nobody was there to take advantage. Four minutes into the second half Thomson ran onto a through ball but the keeper took the ball off his feet. In 55 minutes Shearer for once had some room and forced a good save from MacFarlane with a 10 yard drive. The home side created most in the second half but nothing came off. Robson had a good 15 yard shot saved in 75 minutes and a Stewart chip shot was saved in 80 minutes. Clydebanks best second half chance came in 79 minutes when substitute Gary Teale ran clear in the box but another last-gasp MacArthur tackle saved the day. The game petered out to a goal-less draw. After 9 games Inverness still seek their first league win.