Hibs v St Johnstone preview

Team news ahead of Wednesday evening's Scottish Premier League clash between Hibs and St Johnstone at Easter Road.

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Leigh Griffiths is a doubt for Hibernian's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with St Johnstone after picking up a foot injury.

Martin Scott is also doubtful after missing Saturday's draw against Dundee United.

Danny Galbraith and Matt Thornhill remain out while Phil Airey has ended his injury-ruined loan spell from Newcastle.

Jody Morris and Callum Davidson return to the St Johnstone squad for the game.

Midfielder Morris has recovered from a hamstring injury while defender Davidson is back following a calf complaint.

Manager Derek McInnes has no fresh injury concerns following Sunday's 2-0 SPL win over Hearts.

Hibs (from): Stack, Towell, Murray, O'Hanlon, Hanlon, Booth, Sproule, Wotherspoon, Palsson, Osbourne, Scott, O'Connor, Sodje, Griffiths, Agogo, Brown, Stevenson, Stephens.

St Johnstone (from): Enckelman, MacKay, Davidson, Anderson, Morris, McCracken, Maybury, Moon, Millar, Gibson, Robertson, Craig, Sandaza, Haber, Sheridan, Mannus, Higgins, Durnan, May, McIntosh.

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