Kilmarnock v Hibernian preview

Kilmarnock forward Rory McKenzie is set make a welcome return in Sunday's Scottish Premier League game against Hibernian.

Last Updated: 12/05/13 at 11:31

Rory McKenzie: Poised to return after missing three games through illness

Rory McKenzie: Poised to return after missing three games through illness

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The 19-year-old has missed the last three matches through illness but is back in contention for the Rugby Park contest, while Rory McKeown, Manuel Pascali and James Dayton are still sidelined.

Defender James Fowler will become the first player to reach 400 SPL appearances if he is selected by manager Kenny Shiels.

Fowler made his debut in August 1999 and has made almost 450 appearances for Killie in all competitions.

Hibernian boss Pat Fenlon has no injury worries following the 3-3 draw with St Mirren last weekend.

The Scottish Cup finalists sent Killie out in the quarter-finals with a 4-2 win thanks to a hat-trick from Leigh Griffiths.

The on-loan Wolves striker is just one behind the 28 netted by Steve Cowan in the 1985/86 season and could become the first Easter Road attacker to net 30 since Alan Gordon and Jimmy O'Rourke both reached that mark in season 1972/73.

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