SEVEN ABSENT FOR KILMARNOCK

Team news for Saturday's clash between Kilmarnock and Motherwell.

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Kilmarnock have seven players out for the Clydesdale Bank Premier League visit of Motherwell.

Mohamadou Sissoko joins fellow centre-backs Ryan O'Leary (knee) and Manuel Pascali (broken leg) on the sidelines through suspension.

Killie are also short in midfield with Dean Shiels suspended, Danny Buijs (hamstring) and David Silva (calf) injured and Liam Kelly unavailable following the death of his father.

Motherwell captain Stephen Craigan will miss the game with an Achilles problem.

Fellow centre-backs Shaun Hutchinson and Tim Clancy are set to come straight back in following suspension but Keith Lasley remained banned.

Long-term injury worry Steven Saunders (Achilles) remains on the sidelines.

Teams

Kilmarnock (from): Bell, Fowler, Nelson, Gordon, Johnson, Hay, Harkins, Dayton, Letheren, Kroca, Racchi, McKeown, Heffernan, van Tornhout, Pursehouse, Kennedy, Toshney, Davidson.

Motherwell (from): Randolph, Hateley, Hammell, Hutchinson, Clancy, Jennings, Carswell, Humphrey, Law, Higdon, Ojamaa, Murphy, Page, McHugh, Forbes, Daley, Cummins, Hollis.

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