Well duo doubtful for Saints clash

Motherwell could be without Giles Coke and Shaun Hutchinson for the Scottish Premier League clash against St Johnstone on Boxing Day.

Last Updated: 24/12/09 at 10:42

Coke: Knee injury

Coke: Knee injury

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Midfielder Coke has a strain on his medial knee ligament and is almost certain to sit out the match, but he could return for Motherwell's other festive matches. Hutchinson is again suffering from tight hamstrings and Motherwell will not risk him if there is any doubt.

Well (from): Ruddy, Moutaouakil, Hammell, Reynolds, Saunders, Hateley, Jennings, Forbes, Lasley, Murphy, Jutkiewicz, McHugh, Sutton, O'Brien, Craigan, Meechan, Pollock, Fraser.

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