December 10, 2013
No fresh worries for Buddies
St Mirren boss Danny Lennon has no fresh injury worries ahead of Tuesday night's William Hill Scottish Cup clash with Queen of the South.
The Buddies were forced to accept a fourth-round replay with the Doonhamers following a 2-2 draw at Palmerston but Lennon will travel south with the same group of players that featured in Saturday's goalless stalemate at home to Inverness.
Only winger Gary Teale (hernia) and defender David Barron (ankle) are unavailable as they continue to battle back from their long-term injuries.
Queen of the South have a doubt over Michael Paton after the striker, who scored the goal that forced the second meeting between the sides, picked up a hamstring injury in the 1-0 win over Dumbarton on Saturday.
Derek Young misses out due to a toe problem, with manager Jim McIntyre determined that his men take the game to their Premiership hosts.
McIntyre said: "We always try to attack teams and we will do that in this game as well.
"We are away from home against a side that are very playing very solidly in the league above us but we have a chance."