Keeper woes Stacking up for Hibs

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Stack: Has picked up a back strain

Stack: Has picked up a back strain

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Graham Stack, the former Arsenal and Plymouth Argyle player recruited in the summer, has picked up a back strain and the injury is expected to allow Yves Ma-Kalambay to return between the sticks at Easter Road following his recovery from a thigh problem.

Hibs will also have to do without striker Colin Nish - following his red card in Sunday's 2-0 defeat at Hamilton - and full-back Kevin McCann because of a hamstring injury.

Hibs (from): Ma-Kalambay, Murray, Hogg, Bamba, Hanlon, Miller, Cregg, McBride, Rankin, Stokes, Riordan, Flynn, Zemmama, Byrne, Stevenson, Galbraith, Wotherspoon, McCormack.

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