Broadfoot back for Accies clash

Rangers are boosted by the news that Kirk Broadfoot is fit to play in Saturday's Scottish Premier League game at Hamilton (kick-off 12pm).

Last Updated: 10/09/10 at 15:31

Broadfoot: Fit again

Broadfoot: Fit again

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He suffered an ankle injury while on international duty but is available for selection for the visit to New Douglas Park.

Steven Whittaker is likely to miss out with the calf injury that kept him out of action for Scotland midweek but should return for Tuesday's Champions League game against Manchester United.

Loan signing Richard Foster could make his debut this weekend, while Andy Webster and John Fleck are both expected to return to training next week.

Rangers (from): McGregor, Foster, Papac, Weir, Bougherra, Davis, McCulloch, Weiss, Edu, Naismith, Beattie, Jelavic, Miller, Broadfoot, McMillan, Little, Hutton, Alexander.

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Dundee v St J'stone  
Inverness v Hamilton  
Kilmarnck v Ross Co  

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