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Stevenson: Broken bone in foot

Stevenson: Broken bone in foot

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Lewis Stevenson is out of Hibernian's Scottish Cup fourth-round replay with Ayr after suffering a broken bone in his foot, but Liam Miller is available.

Stevenson was injured in last Saturday's 3-0 loss to SPL Celtic in a match which Miller did not play due to the first of a two-game ban, which does not apply in the cup.

He will miss Saturday's SPL clash at Motherwell, while Stevenson is also likely to return before long.

Colin Calderwood said: "Lewis Stevenson broke a bone in his foot. We don't think it will be as long term as it sounds."

Hibernian (from): Brown, Wotherspoon, Hogg, De Graaf, Rankin, Hanlon, Zemmama, Trakys, Galbraith, Dickoh, Duffy, Murray, Smith, Nish, Riordan, Hart, Miller.

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