Injury woes piling up for Jambos

Hearts could travel to St Johnstone in the Scottish Premier League on Saturday with an entire team on the sidelines due to injuries.

Last Updated: 29/01/10 at 11:43

Palazuelos: Extremely doubtful

Palazuelos: Extremely doubtful

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Ruben Palazuelos and Scott Robinson (both knee) are extremely doubtful, while Ian Black (back) and Lee Wallace (hip) are definitely out.

Andrew Driver is set to be on the bench after almost three months out with a knee injury, while Jose Goncalves will make his comeback from a thigh problem and Christian Nade returns from suspension.

But Suso Santana (paternity leave), David Templeton (foot), Gary Glen (stomach), Calum Elliot, Craig Thomson, Johnny Stewart, (all knee), Laryea Kingston (hamstring), Arvydas Novikovas and Jamie MacDonald (both ankle) remain sidelined.

Hearts (from): Balogh, Zaliukas, Goncalves, Kucharski, Bouzid, Cinikas, J Thomson, Jonsson, Obua, M Stewart, Kello, Smith, Visconte, Mulrooney, Driver, Nade, Witteveen, R Wallace.

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