Russell sidelined, op for Wright

Allan Russell will miss Kilmarnock's SPL clash at Hamilton on Tuesday with a thigh strain, while Frazer Wright is set to undergo surgery.

Last Updated: 25/01/10 at 16:28

Russell: Thigh strain

Russell: Thigh strain

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Killie defender Wright will have an ankle operation this week which will keep him out for six weeks.

Russell's injury will keep him sidelined for about three weeks.

Ryan O'Leary (knee) remains on the sidelines while Alan Combe and Tim Clancy are working their way back to fitness.

Kilmarnock (from): Bell, Hay, Ford, Hamill, Fowler, Skelton, Pascali, Invincibile, Burchill, Fernandez, Kyle, Taouil, Sammon, Flannigan, Old, Owens, Kelly, Robinson.

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