St Mirren v Peterhead preview

Team news for Saturday's Scottish Cup fourth-round clash between St Mirren and Peterhead at St Mirren Park.

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St Mirren have almost a full squad for the game.

Craig Dargo has recovered from the tight hamstring that forced him off against Kilmarnock on Monday and Jim Goodwin could make his debut following his move from Hamilton.

Nick Hegarty remains on the sidelines as he works back from a broken ankle.

St Mirren (from): Gallacher, McAusland, Barron, Van Zanten, McGregor, Travner, Thomson, Cregg, Higdon, McGowan, Dargo, Mair, Samson, Goodwin, Mooy, McLean, Potter, Wardlaw.

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