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St Johnstone striker Steven MacLean is in line for a return to action against Hearts at Tynecastle on Saturday following a knee injury.

Last Updated: 02/11/13 at 13:47

Steve MacLean: Set to return

Steve MacLean: Set to return

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Frazer Wright serves the second of a three-match league ban, but the defender sustained a nasty leg injury in the League Cup quarter-final win over Greenock Morton on Wednesday.

Saints are still without Steven Anderson (dislocated thumb) and David Robertson (ankle) for the match against the bottom club.

Gary Locke has a full Hearts squad to choose from, with no new injury or suspension problems to report.

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