The left-back is likely to start on the substitutes bench, while midfielder Prince Buaben remains doubtful because of a bruised toe.
And with striker Dale Carrick the only long-term absentee, manager Robbie Neilson has urged his team to raise their game.
He said: “We have real competition for places so the guys know they need to go out, work really hard and perform or somebody else will come in. It’s a case of us trying to dominate games.
“Kevin is back in the squad and we’ll need to see how Buaben is. We’ll need to see how he is today to see whether he could be involved tomorrow.
“He hasn’t trained. He’s been on the bike and doing a bit of fitness work. He might make it but, if he does, he’ll probably just be on the bench.”