Bouzid back to bolster Hearts

Hearts welcome back defender Ismael Bouzid after suspension for Saturday's lunchtime trip to Hamilton in the Scottish Premier League.

Last Updated: 20/08/10 at 22:15

Bouzid: Back from ban

Bouzid: Back from ban

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But Ryan Stevenson and Eggert Jonsson are still banned while Stephen Elliott (hamstring) is a doubt.

Andrew Driver (knee) is still two weeks away from returning to training while Gary Glen (hamstring) and David Obua (groin) should be back in full training next week.

Polish midfielder Adrian Mrowiec will go into the Hearts squad too, subject to international clearance, after joining on a three-year contract.

Saturday's match kicks off at 12pm.

Hearts (from): Kello, J Thomson, Barr, Zaliukas, Wallace, Bouzid, C Thomson, Santana, Black, Palazuelos, Templeton, S Elliott, C Elliot, Kyle, Balogh, Kucharski, McGowan, Novikovas.

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