St Mirren v St Johnstone preview

Team news for St Mirren's SPL clash with St Johnstone at New St Mirren Park on Saturday.

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Higdon: Back in the frame

Higdon: Back in the frame

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Michael Higdon returns from suspension for St Mirren.

The Saints striker missed the last game against Hamilton a fortnight ago after being sent off in the previous game against Motherwell.

Manager Danny Lennon believes one plus point from the recent adverse weather which caused the postponement of all last week's SPL games is that recently-injured David Barron, Stevie Thomson, Stevie Robb and Paul Gallacher have all been able to improve their fitness.

Jamie Adams is suspended for St Johnstone.

Adams sits out for the first of a two-match suspension, but Dave Mackay and Peter MacDonald return to the squad after missing the 0-0 draw at Hibernian.

Scott Dobie missed the Hibs match with a knee injury, while Graeme Smith, Kevin Moon, Graham Gartland and Martin Hardie remain on the sidelines.

St Mirren (from): Samson, van Zanten, Barron, McAusland, Potter, Travner, Thomson, McCluskey, Cregg, McGregor, Mooy, Lynch, McGowan, Wardlaw, Higdon, Robb, Gallacher, McLean, McKernon.

St Johnstone (from): Enckelman, Maybury, Grainger, Duberry, Anderson, Taylor, Morris, Adams, Parkin, Davidson, MacDonald, Jackson, Samuel, Rutkiewicz, May, Duffy, Caddis, Steeves, Craig, Millar, Mackay.

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Scottish Football Fixtures

Saturday, 20 December 2014
15:00
Aberdeen v Kilmarnock  
Partick v Dundee  
Ross Co v Hamilton  
St J'stone v Inverness  
St Mirren v Motherwell  
Sunday, 21 December 2014
12:15
Dundee U v Celtic  
Saturday, 27 December 2014
15:00
Celtic v Ross Co  
Dundee v St Mirren  
Kilmarnock v Hamilton  
Motherwell v Partick  

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