Saints lose Higdon against Jambos

St Mirren will be without striker Michael Higdon for Saturday's Scottish Premier League game against Hearts at St Mirren Park.

Last Updated: 02/10/09 at 15:40

Higdon: Knee injury

Higdon: Knee injury

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Higdon picked up a knee injury in the latter stages against Celtic last week and has been ruled out for the visit of the Jambos.

Mo Camara and Steven Robb both remain on the sidelines but Lee Mair returns from suspension.

St Mirren (from): Gallacher, Innes, Barron, Potter, Thomson, Brady, Dorman, Ross, McGinn, Murray, Brighton, Dargo, Mehmet, O'Donnell, Howard, Quinn, Faulds, Mair.

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Motherwell v Dundee U  
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15:00
Dundee v St J'stone  
Inverness v Hamilton  
Kilmarnck v Ross Co  

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