Innes struggling for Accies clash

Chris Innes is touch and go to make St Mirren's Scottish Premier League game against Hamilton at New Douglas Park on Saturday afternoon.

Last Updated: 12/03/10 at 15:08

Innes: Has a groin problem

Innes: Has a groin problem

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The defender missed the midweek game against Motherwell with a groin injury which could also keep him out of the clash with the Accies.

Saints boss Gus MacPherson has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip to New Douglas Park.

St Mirren (from): Gallacher, Mair, Barron, Potter, Brady, Ross, O'Donnell, Johnston, Dorman, Murray, Carey, Higdon, Mehmet, Dargo, Thomson, Howard, Loy, McLennan, Innes.

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