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Tommy Wright's squad emerged unscathed from Saturday's defeat at Celtic, although David Robertson (broken leg) is still unavailable.

Stevie May and Gary McDonald, both ex-Hamilton players, are in line to face their former employers.

Saints will face an in-form side at new Douglas Park for a place in the competition's fourth-round.

The Accies are five points clear at the top of the Championship having dropped points just once this season.

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