Scottish Premier League briefing

Team news and statistics for the weekend's remaining action in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.

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Andy Webster: Available again after suspension

Andy Webster: Available again after suspension

Team news and statistics for the weekend's action in the Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League.

Sunday, May 12

Hearts v Hibernian

Defender Andy Webster returns from suspension for Hearts. Fellow centre-back Danny Wilson is struggling with a thigh injury but may still feature, while striker Michael Ngoo is battling to be fit from a shoulder problem.

Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon has a couple of injury doubts. Ryan McGivern was forced out of the abandoned game against Kilmarnock with a knee injury, while Tim Clancy is a doubt with a knock. Both will be assessed tomorrow and given the chance to prove their fitness ahead of the Edinburgh derby.

Last season: Hearts 2 Hibernian 0, Hibernian 1 Hearts 3, Hearts 2 Hibernian 0

Last five league matches: Hearts L W W L W; Hibernian L L L D D

Top scorers (all competitions): John Sutton (Hearts) 8; Leigh Griffiths (Hibernian) 27

Referee: Steven McLean (Scotland)

Motherwell v Ross County

Motherwell striker Henrik Ojamaa is suspended after being sent off against Inverness last weekend. The hosts otherwise have a full squad to choose from.

Ross County have an unchanged squad. Defender Branislav Micic remains out with a dislocated shoulder.

Goalkeeper Mark Brown is also on the sidelines with a fractured hand.

Last season: No corresponding fixture

Last five league matches: Motherwell W D W W L; Ross County L L D W D

Top scorers (all competitions): Michael Higdon (Motherwell) 27; Richard Brittain (Ross County) 10

Referee: Craig Thomson (Scotland)


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