Kilmarnock supervisor Derek McInnes hopes in-form striker Kyle Vassell can mud himself off for his or her do-or-die showdown with Ross County.
Vassell struck twice in Wednesday’s 3-0 win over Dundee United, which saved Killie in pole place within the race for cinch Premiership survival.
The Ayrshire aspect will safe their top-flight standing for an additional yr in the event that they keep away from defeat in opposition to Ross County at Rugby Park on Sunday however they face a play-off in the event that they lose.
Vassell, who missed video games in current weeks earlier than hitting three objectives in three matches, went off after a heavy problem from Charlie Mulgrew within the second half on Wednesday.
McInnes stated: “He’s not likely educated correctly because the Hearts sport round seven weeks in the past. We’re simply getting him on the market, to be trustworthy.
“He’s been doing lots of work with the physio, however we don’t wish to irritate his knee.
“He did a wee bit of labor with us on Tuesday and declared himself match, as he does. He turns up for his work and he’s ready to get his fingers soiled.
“He’s so essential to me and the group. We’re hoping that he’s all proper.
“We’re aware that it normally takes 5 or 6 days for it to clear up, we’ve solely obtained three, so we’re up in opposition to it. Understanding him as I do, he’ll be keen to place himself on the market.”
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