Hamilton v Kilmarnock preview

Team news for Saturday's Scottish Premier League clash between Hamilton and Kilmarnock at New Douglas Park.

Last Updated: 24/09/10 at 17:01

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Hamilton have an unchanged squad for the visit of Killie, with Alex Neil still several weeks away from returning from hip surgery.

James Gibson remains a long-term absentee following his serious knee injury.

Kilmarnock manager Mixu Paatelainen, meanwhile, has a couple of injury doubts ahead of the game.

Mahamadou Sissoko has a slight knock, while Frazer Wright is nursing a rib injury.

However, Paatelainen is hopeful both will be fit in time for the trip to New Douglas Park.

Hamilton (from): Cerny, Graham, Goodwin, Canning, Elebert, McLaughlin, Mensing, Imrie, Routledge, F Paixao, M Paixao, Hasselbaink, Buchanan, Casalinuovo, McDonald, Wilkie, Lyle, Murdoch.

Kilmarnock (from): Bell, Wright, Sissoko, Kelly, Gordon, Hamill, Bryson, Pascali, Silva, Invincibile, Eremenko, Clancy, Forrester, Sammon, Letheren, Miguel, Hay.

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