Hearts v Kilmarnock preview

Team news for Saturday's SPL clash between Hearts and Kilmarnock at Tynecastle.

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Hearts have reported no fresh injury concerns.

Calum Elliot has returned to training following knee surgery, but is unlikely to be included.

Kevin Kyle, who could face further hip surgery, Gary Glen and Suso Santana remain out.

Kilmarnock are likely to be without Cammy Bell again.

The goalkeeper has been out of action with an elbow injury and looks set to miss the clash at Tynecastle.

Manager Kenny Shiels has no other fresh injury worries ahead of the visit to Edinburgh.

Hearts (from): Kello, Hamill, Grainger, Webster, Zaliukas, Mrowiec, Jonsson, Driver, Black, Stevenson, Taouil, Templeton, Robinson, Skacel, Novikovas, Smith, Elliott, MacDonald, Elliot.

Kilmarnock (from): Jaakkola, McKeown, Fowler, Sissoko, Pursehouse, Harkins, Dayton, Shiels, Buijs, Pascali, Kelly, Heffernan, Letheren, Hay, Fisher, Racchi, Kroca, Silva.

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