Murray missing for Hibs opener

Hibernian defender Ian Murray will miss the Scottish Premier League opener at Motherwell on Sunday lunchtime (12pm).

Last Updated: 13/08/10 at 17:48

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Murray will serve the first match of a two-game ban while his team-mates play at Fir Park.

However, Colin Nish and Graham Stack are both in line to return following calf injuries.

Hibernian (from): Stack, Hart, Hanlon, Hogg, McBride, De Graaf, Rankin, Miller, Wotherspoon, Riordan, Stokes, Nish, Smith, Stephens, Stevenson, Galbraith, Bamba, Thicot.

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15:00
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Kilmarnock v Dundee U  
Ross Co v Motherwell  

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