Kilmarnock v Inverness preview

Team news ahead of Saturday afternoon's SPL clash between Kilmarnock and Inverness at Rugby Park.

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Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels has no fresh injuries ahead of the game.

Goalkeeper Cammy Bell is still struggling with an elbow injury and will miss the visit of the Highlanders.

Long-term casualty Ryan O'Leary remains on the sidelines with cruciate ligament damage.

Inverness midfielder Lee Cox will miss the clash after suffering a dead leg in training.

Chris Hogg and Thomas Piermayr are suspended while Nick Ross is struggling with a groin problem, but David Proctor will return following a head injury.

Owain Tudur Jones (knee) and Aaron Doran (shoulder) remain out.

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

Caley (from): Esson, Tokely, Meekings, Sutherland, Foran, Tade, G Shinnie, A Shinnie, Hayes, Gillet, Davis, McKay, Tansey, Proctor, Chippendale, Golobart, Ross, Tuffey.

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Scottish Football Fixtures

Friday, 19 September 2014
19:45
Partick v St Mirren  
Saturday, 20 September 2014
15:00
Aberdeen v Ross Co  
Hamilton v Kilmarnock  
Inverness v St J'stone  
Sunday, 21 September 2014
12:15
Dundee v Dundee Utd  
15:00
Celtic v Motherwell  
Saturday, 27 September 2014
12:45
St Mirren v Celtic  
15:00
Aberdeen v Inverness  
Dundee Utd v St J'stone  
Kilmarnock v Partick  

Scottish Premiership

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Hamilton 6 6 13
2 Inverness 6 5 13
3 Dundee Utd 6 3 13
4 Celtic 5 8 10
5 Dundee 6 2 10
6 Kilmarnock 6 0 10
7 St J'stone 6 -2 9
8 Partick 5 3 7
9 Aberdeen 5 -1 6
10 Motherwell 6 -4 6
11 St Mirren 5 -8 0
12 Ross Co 6 -12 0

Updated Mon, 15 Sep 2014

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