Date: 9th September 2015 at 5:11pm
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Head coach Robbie Neilson has said he feels that Hearts are well prepared for Inverness on Friday night in front of the BT Sport cameras.

Speaking to the Edinburgh News Neilson explained that we had welcomed back Jack Hamilton, Callum Paterson, Jordan McGhee, Billy King and Sam Nicholson from Scotland Under 21 duty and they had come back unscathed so we had a strong squad going into the match and obviously the plan for the game is get back to winning ways following the three two loss to Hamilton.

He also confirmed that Blazej Augustyn and Miguel Pallardo have an outside chance of being passed fit for the game as they have both returned to training this week following their own injury issues.

Augustyn underwent hernia surgery last month and Pallardo has been out so far this campaign with an Achilles problem.

Paterson is obviously also available following the successful appeal of his red card.

‘The boys are all good, feel fresh, ready to go to Inverness and go for the three points. It`s a good game to have but any game is a good game to have after Hamilton. I`m disappointed we had a break after that game but the boys are desperate to get back into it.’

As for the internationals in the camp who have returned, he added.

‘The Scotland Under-21 guys all came back fine. Augustyn is back in full training, Pallardo has done most of it, so I`ll decide before Friday whether they`ll be involved or not. It`s great to have those two back with the group again. Prince Buaben is okay so we`re in good shape going up to Inverness.’


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