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Inverness v Kilmarnock preview

Midfielder James Vincent could return for Scottish Premiership leaders Inverness in Saturday's home clash with Kilmarnock.

Vincent trained on Thursday after missing the win over Celtic with a groin injury and he will be in the Caley squad if suffering no reaction from those exertions.

Richie Foran (knee) remains out while Danny Devine played a bounce game in midweek following his knee problem but is still short of match-fitness and unlikely to be risked.

Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston will check on the fitness of Tope Obadeyi.

The winger came off with a hamstring problem in the first half of Tuesday's derby against Ayr United but the injury is not believed to be serious.

Striker Michael Ngoo could come back into the squad after overcoming an ankle problem.