Motherwell v St Johnstone preview

Team news for Wednesday evening's Scottish Premier League match between Motherwell and St Johnstone at Fir Park.

Last Updated: 09/11/10 at 17:44

Lasley: Not quite fit to return

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Motherwell midfielder Keith Lasley may again miss out for the Scottish Premier League visit of St Johnstone.

Lasley is close to a return from a hamstring injury but may have to wait until Saturday's game against Hibernian.

Motherwell otherwise have a full squad with Esteban Casagolda pushing for a comeback after knee surgery.

Danny Grainger returns from suspension for St Johnstone's clash at Fir Park.

Midfielder Murray Davidson is out with an ankle injury aggravated in Saturday's defeat by Kilmarnock.

Loan striker Marcus Haber will return to West Brom for rehabilitation after snapping his anterior cruciate ligament against Killie.

Well (from): Randolph, Saunders, Hammell, Craigan, Reynolds, Hateley, Jennings, Humphrey, Sutton, Gow, Blackman, Murphy, McHugh, Forbes, Fitzpatrick, Casagolda, Page, Hollis.

Saints (from): Smith, Maybury, Dobie, Grainger, Rutkiewicz, Duberry, MacKay, Morris, Craig, Taylor, Millar, Jackson, Parkin, Enckelman, Anderson, May, Caddis, McIntosh.

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