As on Saturday all the action happened in the second half and as on Saturday it was all in the wrong direction.
Queens started out reasonably brightly with a number of changes to the side that lost so heavily to local rivals Stranraer only three days earlier all aimed at bolstering the defence. Out of the side went Hodge, relegated to the bench was Stewart with a trialist and Alan Kerr respectively replacing them and providing the defensive width.
Neither side threatened for the first period and indeed it took until Clyde broke the deadlock in the sixtieth minute before any action unfolded.
Unfortunately all the action was around the Queens goal and to compound the situation Stevie Mallan was red carded for a second bookable offence in the seventy seventh minute. Also going into the referees book at the same time was Clyde full back Darren Murray, not a stranger in that scenario.
With the man less Queens could not compete with a Clyde team who are the current home form masters of the division and it was no surprise when they increased their lead twice in the last few minutes.