Hibernian have to deal with a string of players who may struggle to make Saturday’s 3 pm kick-off away at St Mirren on Saturday.
We had an excellent Premiership result away at Dundee last weekend, and then an Easter Road blip a few days ago, going out at the League Cup quarter-final stage.
???? | We're back in action away to St Mirren on this Saturday (3pm kick-off) and we advise supporters to purchase their tickets in advance of the match
— Hibernian FC (@HibernianFC) September 27, 2018
St Mirren vs. Hibernian
Saturday 29 September 2018
Kick-off 3 pm
Referee – Gavin Duncan
String Of Players In Doubt
Paul Hanlon – the 28-year-old center-back has been struggling with a recurring hamstring issue for weeks. Whether he makes Saturday’s team bus remains to be seen.
Jamie Maclaren – our on-loan striker is crocked and will remain out of action for at least another fortnight with back muscle spasms.
David Gray – our right-back and club captain should have recovered in time from last weekend’s dead leg.
Miquel Nelom – recently joined Miquel has yet to feature since joining from Sparta Rotterdam. His lack of Dutch Jupiler League game time may hinder his ability to play the full 90 minutes.
Ofir Marciano – long-term absentee Ofir is in full training and will undoubtedly pose Neil Lennon a question as to whether to oust fellow keeper Adam Bogdan.