Burchill in line to make Killie debut

Mark Burchill has been named in the Kilmarnock squad for Saturday afternoon's visit of St Johnstone in the Scottish Premier League.

Last Updated: 23/10/09 at 11:02

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The striker has recovered from an Achilles operation which has prevented him making his competitive debut since signing in the summer.

Striker Allan Russell is out with a broken hand and defender Ryan O'Leary is a doubt with a knock but midfielder Mehdi Taouil returns from illness.

Killie (from): Mark Brown, O'Leary, Hay, Pascali, Fowler, Wright, Hamill, Skelton, Bryson, Invincibile, Taouil, Sammon, Kyle, Burchill, Bell, Flannigan, Owens, Kelly, Fernandez.

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