Livingston manager John McGlynn will face an anxious wait over the fitness of Rob Ogleby for Saturday’s Championship clash with Hibs after the striker injured his ankle against Albion Rovers in the League Cup.
Ogleby turned his ankle in the first half of Saturday’s match and left Cliftonhill on crutches. With Craig Sives also suspended for the trip to Easter Road, McGlynn may have to enforced changes to his team.
“Rob’s done his ankle,” McGlynn explained. “He’ll be icing it. It’s probably too early to say whether he will be available or not for the game against Hibs. We’ll need to get to the middle of the week and look at it, but he’s turned it and it’s swollen up.
“Rob’s maybe struggling and Sives is suspended for next week, so the team selection won’t be the same.”