McLean returns for trip to Ibrox

Brian McLean will return from injury to be part of the Falkirk squad that travels to face SPL leaders Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday afternoon.

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Pedro Pele has dropped out of the Bairns squad after undergoing surgery on the Achilles injury he suffered during the midweek draw against Motherwell.

Tam Scobbie is back in the squad following a four-month lay-off with a pelvic injury but he is unlikely to play.

Falkirk (from): Olejnik, McNamara, Barr, McLean, Twaddle, Healy, Lima, Flynn, Compton, Arfield, Moutinho, Showunmi, Finnigan, Scobbie, Stewart, O'Brien, Bullen, Andrews.

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Dundee v Inverness  
Hamilton v Partick  

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