Inverness v Kilmarnock preview

Team news for Saturday afternoon's Scottish Premier League clash between Inverness and Kilmarnock at the Caledonian Stadium.

Last Updated: 26/08/11 at 18:10

Hayes: Shoulder injury

Hayes: Shoulder injury

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Jonny Hayes and Greg Tansey have joined the Inverness injury list ahead of the visit of Kilmarnock.

Hayes is out for up to eight weeks with a shoulder injury while Tansey will miss one match with a knee injury.

Billy McKay will return to the bench, which is likely to be short of bodies, after an ankle injury but is unlikely to play while Owain Tudur Jones (knee), Kenny Gillet, David Proctor (both hamstring), Josh Meekings (both ankle) and Lee Cox (pelvis) remain absent. Tom Aldred has returned to Watford after his loan spell was cut short.

Kilmarnock will be without Ryan O'Leary for the clash.

The defender has been ruled out for six months with a cruciate ligament injury.

David Silva is still out with medial ligament damage, while Paul Heffernan will miss the trip to the Highlands with a calf problem.

Inverness (from): Esson, Tokely, Hogg, Golobart, Ross, Sutherland, Doran, Foran, Tade, Piermayr, Graeme Shinnie, Andrew Shinnie, Tuffey, Morrison, McKay, Polworth.

Kilmarnock (from): Bell, McKeown, Fowler, Ada, Harkins, Galan, Shiels, Buijs, Dayton, Pascali, Kelly, Hay, Jaakkola, Racchi, Fisher, Kroca, Pursehouse, Hutchinson.

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