St Mirren v Inverness preview

Team news ahead of Saturday's Scottish Premier League clash between St Mirren and Inverness at St Mirren Park.

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Thomson: Calf injury

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Midfielder Steven Thomson (calf) remains on the sidelines for St Mirren's clash with Caley Thistle.

Manager Danny Lennon has no fresh injuries with long-term knee injury victim Darren McGregor the only other player out.

Hugh Murray is closing in on his comeback from knee surgery.

Inverness midfielder Aidan Chippendale will miss the trip to Paisley with a hamstring injury.

Defenders Josh Meekings (calf) and David Proctor (ankle) are both doubtful.

Caley manager Terry Butcher has hinted that he will reshuffle his side as he looks to get off the bottom of the table.

St Mirren (from): Samson, Mair, van Zanten, McAusland, Tesselaar, Goodwin, Carey, McLean, Thompson, Haddad, McGowan, Hasselbaink, Teale, McKee, Smith, Barron, McShane, Mooy.

Inverness (from): Esson, Meekings, Proctor, Hogg, Tokely, Gillet, Hayes, A Shinnie, Ross, Davis, Tansey, Foran, Tade, Sutherland, Tuffey, Cox, G Shinnie, McKay.

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