Ross C v Inverness preview

Steven Saunders has recovered from a hamstring injury and is fit for Ross County's Highlands derby against Inverness on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 25/02/14 at 18:47 Post Comment

Steven Saunders: Available for Tuesday's Highlands derby at Victoria Park

Steven Saunders: Available for Tuesday's Highlands derby at Victoria Park

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The defender's return means County have a full squad to choose from.

The visitors to Victoria Park can also boast to having a strong squad available for the Scottish Premiership match.

Inverness, who are still in both cup competitions - including a final against Aberdeen next month - may continue with Aaron Doran and Marley Watkins who both performed well at the weekend.

Manager John Hughes may even choose to rest a few of his players as he plans ahead for their busy fixture schedule.

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