Wallace returns for Europa tie

Hearts are boosted by the return of Lee Wallace for their Europa League tie against Dinamo Zagreb on Thursday night (8pm).

Last Updated: 19/08/09 at 18:16

Wallace: Back in contention

Wallace: Back in contention

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The full-back is back in contention for the clash at the Maksimir Stadium after recovering from a hip injury.

Marius Zaliukas is also available for selection for the European outing despite currently serving a four-match ban in the Scottish Premier League.

However, Andrew Driver and Calum Elliot remain sidelined, with Laryea Kingston also likely to miss out through injury.

Hearts (from): Kello, Kucharski, Bouzid, Goncalves, Jonsson, Santana, Palazuelos, M Stewart, Obua, Witteveen, Black, Nade, Novikovas, Balogh, Glen, J Stewart, Park, Zaliukas.

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