Dunfermline v Inverness preview

Team news for Saturday afternoon's Scottish Premier League clash between Dunfermline and Inverness at East End Park.

Last Updated: 05/08/11 at 12:48

Hogg: Set to start for Inverness

Hogg: Set to start for Inverness

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Dunfermline defender Kevin Rutkiewicz has been given a 50-50 chance of making the visit of Inverness.

The former St Johnstone player has missed the first two matches of the season with a thigh injury.

Steven Bell (Achilles) and Nicky Phinn (hamstring) remain on the sidelines.

Chris Hogg is set to return to the Inverness team for the game against the Pars.

Hogg was not ready to play against Hibernian last weekend after rejoining Inverness 24 hours earlier, but he is in the squad for East End Park.

Gregory Tade has recovered from a head knock he suffered against Hibs, but Josh Meekings (ankle), Lee Cox (pelvis) and Billy McKay (ankle) remain out.

Dunfermline (from): Gallacher, Jason Thomson, Potter, Boyle, McCann, Keddie, Dowie, McDougall, Kirk, Barrowman, Burns, Mason, Hardie, Cardle, Ryan Thomson, Graham, Rutkiewicz, Smith.

Inverness (from): Esson, Tokely, Gillet, Proctor, Hogg, Aldred, Ross, Jones, Sutherland, Hayes, Tansey, Doran, Foran, Tade, Piermayr, Graeme Shinnie, Andrew Shinnie, Tuffey.

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