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Craig Levein will welcome Don Cowie back into the fold for

Saturday’s trip to Dingwall, but is still waiting to find out if Steven

Naismith will be fit enough to face Ross County.

The Jambos make the long trip north for Ladbrokes Premiership duty on

fine form, having lost just once in the last 15 games, keeping 11 clean

sheets in the process.

Cowie will make a welcome return to the first-team after missing the

last two games, but the gaffer admits he’s not sure yet if Scotland

forward Naismith will feature in the Highlands.

“We had a number of problems last week,” said Craig. “Don Cowie will

be fit and available to play. Naismith has not improved as quickly as I

thought he might, so I don’t know. That’s touch and go.

“He’s just got a tight hamstring, its nothing serious. I thought he would’ve made Saturday.

“If he doesn’t make this weekend, and I’m not ruling out yet but he’s

just not come on as well as I’d hoped, then he’s missing it by a day or

two days, that’s all.

“Obviously I’d like him to be fit and available but we’ll just have to wait and see.”

Surprising what you find on the Hearts FC website. [:P][;)]

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Big Kyle Lafferty will be keeping him out of the side anyway, 15 goals already this season! Shame he let his ego be bigger than his talent here.

I feel with those sort of big personalities, it either goes really well (like Gazza for a while) or completely tits up (also like gazza later on for a while... yeah I may be watching the Gazza documentary, different kind of big personality but still).

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Different kind of talent too.

Lafferty was never good enough irrespective of ego to get in the team ahead of Jerome or Oliviera.

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