Quartet to sit out Killie cup clash

Falkirk have four players ineligible for their rearranged Scottish Cup fourth-round clash at Kilmarnock on Monday evening.

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Finnigan: Suspended

Finnigan: Suspended

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Enoch Showunmi and Colin Healy cannot play because they were signed after the game was originally scheduled, while Darren Barr and Carl Finnigan will serve one-match cup suspensions.

Jackie McNamara could return from a knee injury while Burton O'Brien is pushing for a start but Tam Scobbie (pelvis) and Mark Stewart (groin) are still out.

Falkirk (from): Olejnik, McLean, Pele, Twaddle, Arfield, Lima, Flynn, Finnigan, Moutinho, Andrews, Mitchell, Compton, O'Brien, Bullen, Marceta, McNamara, Murdoch, Lynch.

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