No new worries for Saints gaffer Gus

St Mirren have no fresh injury worries for their Scottish Premier League game against Kilmarnock on Saturday.

Last Updated: 23/04/10 at 16:09

MacPherson: Changes unlikely

MacPherson: Changes unlikely

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The SPL strugglers came through last week's draw with St Johnstone unscathed.

That means boss Gus MacPherson could name a similar side for their relegation battle with Killie.

Saints (from): Gallacher, Mair, Barron, Potter, Robb, O'Donnell, Thomson, Dorman, Murray, Carey, Mehmet, Higdon, Howard, Brady, Loy, Innes, McLennan, Devlin.

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