Motherwell v Kilmarnock preview

Team news for Wednesday night's Scottish Premier League clash between Motherwell and Kilmarnock at Fir Park.

Last Updated: 10/05/11 at 17:16

McCall: More changes likely

McCall: More changes likely

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Motherwell manager Stuart McCall is likely to make more changes having rested regulars John Sutton, Keith Lasley and Stevie Hammell during Saturday's 4-0 defeat by Dundee United.

And he will again leave out anyone who he feels is in need of a rest ahead of the Scottish Cup final.

James Fowler will return from suspension for Kilmarnock.

Defender Mohamadou Sissoko is out with a groin injury picked up against Celtic at the weekend.

Jamie Hamill is still absent with a hamstring injury while Frazer Wright and Ryan O'Leary remain on the sidelines.

Motherwell (from): Randolph, Hateley, Gunning, Craigan, Hutchinson, Jennings, Lasley, Humphrey, Jones, Murphy, Jeffers, Carswell, Meechan, Saunders, Ross, Forbes, McHugh, Hollis.

Killie (from): Bell, Clancy, Hay, Fowler, Pursehouse, Agard, Bryson, Eremenko, Dayton, Fisher, Pascali, Silva, Taouil, Kelly, Letheren, Berntsson, Gros, Aubameyang.

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Scottish Football Fixtures

Saturday, 27 December 2014
15:00
Celtic v Ross Co Live
Dundee v St Mirren Live
Kilmarnock v Hamilton Live
Motherwell v Partick Live
St J'stone v Dundee U Live
Sunday, 28 December 2014
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Thursday, 01 January 2015
12:15
Dundee U v Dundee  
15:00
Aberdeen v St J'stone  
Hamilton v Motherwell  
Ross Co v Inverness  

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