Pascali will sit out Saints clash

Manuel Pascali will miss Kilmarnock's Scottish Premier League clash with St Johnstone at Rugby Park on Saturday through injury.

Last Updated: 12/02/10 at 16:15

Pascali: Injury blow

Pascali: Injury blow

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The Italian utility player picked up a leg injury in the midweek win over Falkirk and will be sidelined for at least another week.

Mark Burchill (hamstring), Frazer Wright (ankle), Ryan O'Leary (knee) and Allan Russell (thigh) are all still out.

Killie (from) Bell, Clancy, Ford, Hay, Kiernan, Fowler, Severin, Bryson, Sammon, Hamill, Kelly, Maguire, Kyle, Robinson, Taouil, Invincibile, Fernandez, Skelton, Owens.

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Motherwell v Kilmarnock  
Saturday, 09 May 2015
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Hamilton v Partick  

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