Well stopper sits out Saints clash

Motherwell goalkeeper Michael Fraser is set to miss the Scottish Premier League clash at St Johnstone with a hip problem.

Last Updated: 14/08/09 at 10:54

Fraser: Hip injury

Fraser: Hip injury

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However, on-loan Everton keeper John Ruddy started both games against Steaua Bucharest and will remain between the posts.

New signing Tom Hateley is unlikely to come into the squad straight away while fringe player Darren Smith is sidelined by injury.

Well (from): Ruddy, O'Brien, Hammell, Hutchinson, Craigan, Reynolds, Forbes, Coke, Slane, Sutton, Murphy, Lasley, Saunders, McGarry, Jennings, McHugh, Humphrey, Kosiorowski.

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