Hibs v St Johnstone preview

Team news ahead of Saturday afternoon's Scottish Premier League clash between Hibs and St Johnstone at Easter Road.

Last Updated: 29/04/11 at 16:17

Galbraith: Likely to be on bench

Galbraith: Likely to be on bench

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Danny Galbraith is available again for Hibernian.

Galbraith has recovered from an ankle problem and is likely to start on the bench, while Jakub Divis is poised to be handed his debut in goal.

Graham Stack (shoulder) and Matt Thornhill (knee) are out for the rest of the season.

St Johnstone are boosted by the return of Peter Enckelman.

The goalkeeper has recovered from a virus and should be back for the visit to Easter Road.

Steven Anderson and Michael Duberry both complete their respective two-match suspensions.

Hibs (from): Brown, Thicot, Dickoh, Hanlon, Booth, Miller, Murray, Palsson, Wotherspoon, Scott, Vaz Te, Sodje, Riordan, Nish, Stevenson, Stephens, Duffy, Divis, Trakys, McCann, Galbraith.

St Johnstone (from): Enckelman, Maybury, Grainger, MacKay, Gartland, Craig, Moon, Invincibile, Reynolds, Davidson, Millar, May, Robertson, Jackson, Adams, Smith, Taylor, Novikovas.

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