Hearts wait on Wallace and Santana

Hearts must decide whether to risk left-back Lee Wallace and winger Suso Santana in Sunday lunchtime's SPL clash at Hamilton (12.45pm).

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Manager Csaba Laszlo is confident Wallace will be fit after x-rays showed no serious damage to his ankle from Saturday's 2-1 victory at Kilmarnock, while Suso could make his first appearance for six weeks after recovering from hernia surgery.

Defender Jose Goncalves returns from suspension and David Templeton is also fit following his latest foot injury but Jason Thomson is struggling with a hamstring problem, and Andrew Driver (knee), Marius Zaliukas (ankle), and Jamie Mole (ankle) are definitely out.

Hearts (from): Balogh, Kucharski, Goncalves, Jonsson, Bouzid, Palazuelos, Obua, M Stewart, Black, Kingston, Santana, Witteveen, Nade, Wallace, C Thomson, Novikovas, Elliot, Templeton, Glen, Kello.

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Hamilton v Dundee  

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