Driver returns for visit of Dinamo

Andrew Driver will return to the Hearts squad for Thursday night's Europa League play-off round second leg at home to Dinamo Zagreb.

Last Updated: 26/08/09 at 16:02

Driver: Back in Jambos squad

Driver: Back in Jambos squad

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The winger has missed the start of the season with a heel injury but will be on the bench at Tynecastle, with the Jambos trailing 4-0 from the first leg.

Defender Marius Zaliukas returns in the midst of his domestic ban, captain Michael Stewart is also available after suspension, but Laryea Kingston (knee) is still missing, while Calum Elliot (knee) and Eggert Jonsson (hernia) are now long-term absentees.

Manager Csaba Laszlo confirmed defender Craig Thompson will start in place of Jonsson, with fellow 18-year-old Gordon Smith in line to replace striker Elliot.

Kick-off is at 7.35pm.

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

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