Robertson misses cup clash

Team news for Saturday's William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round clash between Cowdenbeath and St Johnstone.

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David Robertson: Out after breaking leg

David Robertson: Out after breaking leg

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Midfielder David Robertson will miss St Johnstone's William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round clash at Cowdenbeath after suffering a broken leg against Hibernian in midweek.

Captain Dave Mackay was shown a straight red card against Hibs and will also miss out, but his fellow defender Frazer Wright, who received a sixth booking of the season, will be available before serving a SPL suspension.

Left-back Callum Davidson (groin) missed the loss to Hibs, while Kevin Moon, Jamie Adams and Peter Pawlett remain out.

St Johnstone (from): Mannus, Anderson, Wright, C Davidson, Hasselbaink, Millar, M Davidson, Cregg, Craig, MacLean, Tade, Tuffey, Miller, Vine, Caddis, Kane, Thomson, Rodger.


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