Head Coach Stuart Taylor has revealed his side has strengthened following on from Saturday’s home win against Morton last time out.
Speaking on injury concerns Taylor said: “Miko has seen a specialist and that brought good news. He will have a bit of treatment, but the main thing is we aren’t looking at anything majorly long term.
“We’ll see how he reacts and get him back involved. I think Friday will be a bit too soon.
“We have another one who should return to training today but it’s about seeing how he reacts to that.”
LAST TIME OUT
In our last match against Inverness CT the lads came from behind as Andy Winter scored the goal which secured all three points in the 2-1 victory.
Stuart Taylor’s men come into this tie, on the back of a 1-0 victory against Morton last time out. The result means that the side are looking to go five games unbeaten.
Speaking ahead of the match the Accies Head Coach insisted the side will be ready for a tough match against the men from the Highlands
“We do take confidence from our previous results against Inverness. However, we also recognise they are a very experienced side with a very strong back four.
“We know the capabilities that they have got. We have managed in the past to get two very good results but we know every time we play them it is a completely different game.”