Forbes worry for Motherwell

Ross Forbes is an injury doubt for Motherwell's rearranged Scottish Cup fourth-round encounter at Inverness on Monday night.

Last Updated: 17/01/10 at 13:07

Forbes: Thigh injury

Forbes: Thigh injury

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The midfielder limped out of Sunday's 3-0 SPL victory at Kilmarnock with a thigh knock.

Monday's game looks set to come too soon for Shaun Hutchinson (hamstring), while caretaker boss Craig Brown may make changes for his side's second outing in three days.

Motherwell (from): Ruddy, Hateley, Hammell, Craigan, Reynolds, Jennings, Lasley, Forbes, Coke, O'Brien, Murphy, Jutkiewicz, Sutton, McHugh, Page, Humphrey, Saunders, Fraser.

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