Dunfermline v St Mirren preview

Team news for Monday night's Scottish Premier League clash between Dunfermline and St Mirren (kick-off 7.45pm).

Last Updated: 22/07/11 at 20:30

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St Mirren have just Hugh Murray injured.

Murray is out with the knee injury suffered when breaking the club's appearance record against Hamilton in May.

The likes of Steven Thompson and Gary Teale are set to make their competitive debuts for the Buddies.

Dunfermline have almost a full squad for their SPL return.

Steven Bell is the only absentee as he continues his recovery from a serious Achilles injury.

Nicky Phinn is expected to shake off a minor hamstring strain.

Dunfermline (from): Gallacher, Jason Thomson, Potter, Rutkiewicz, Boyle, McCann, Keddie, Dowie, Phinn, McDougall, Kirk, Barrowman, Burns, Mason, Hardie, Cardle, Graham, Smith.

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

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