Hibs wait on Bamba and Zemmama

Hibs are hopeful Sol Bamba and Merouane Zemmama will shake off injuries in time for Saturday's Scottish Cup quarter-final against Ross County.

Last Updated: 12/03/10 at 09:50   

Bamba: Doubtful

Bamba: Doubtful

Bamba took a knock to a shoulder in last weekend's Scottish Premier League win over Kilmarnock, while Zemmama missed the game with a hamstring strain.

The same injury rules Alan Gow out on Saturday, Kevin McCann is sidelined with a toe problem, but Lewis Stevenson should shake off an ankle knock and Colin Nish is available before serving the final instalment of his staggered three-match ban.

Kick-off is at 2pm.

Hibernian (from): Stack, McCormack, Bamba, Murray, Hogg, Hanlon, Zemmama, McBride, Miller, Rankin, Stokes, Riordan, Stevenson, Cregg, Galbraith, Wotherspoon, Benjelloun, Nish, Thicot, Smith.

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