Well boss concerned over quartet

Motherwell boss Jim Gannon has concerns over Ross Forbes, John Sutton, Jim O'Brien and Giles Coke for the Co-op Cup tie at home to Inverness.

Last Updated: 21/09/09 at 15:18

Gannon: Has several injuries

Gannon: Has several injuries

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All four sat out training on Monday after picking up "heavy knocks" during the win over Dundee United.

Shaun Hutchinson could return from an ankle injury at Fir Park on Tuesday night but Paul Slane is still out following calf surgery.

Motherwell (from): Ruddy, Moutaouakil, Craigan, Saunders, Reynolds, Hammell, Hateley, Coke, Forbes, O'Brien, Murphy, Sutton, Kosiorowski, Jutkiewicz, Jennings, Lasley.

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