Combe in line for Kilmarnock return

Alan Combe is set to return in goal for Kilmarnock's Co-operative Insurance Cup second round clash with Morton at Rugby Park on Tuesday night.

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The Killie number one has recovered from a hip complaint and strikers David Fernandez and Mark Burchill are also back in training after recovering from groin and Achilles injuries respectively.

Defender Garry Hay is still a doubt with a back problem which kept him out of Saturday's SPL defeat at Motherwell while James Fowler underwent a hernia operation on Sunday and will be out for another four or five weeks.

Killie (from): Bell, Clancy, Wright, Ford, Old, Fernandez, Burchill, Invincibile, Skelton, Hamill, Bryson, Taouil, Kyle, Sammon, Combe, Pascali, O'Leary, Owens, Flannigan.

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