Alloa will be better side than Challenge Cup warns Inverness manager
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John Robertson expects Alloa Athletic to be a more troublesome side this time around than they were in the Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle won 3-0 to set up a quarter final tie against Clyde last Saturday, but the Wasps have an immediate chance of retribution when they return to the Highlands in Championship action tomorrow.
There will be changes made for both sides, with Mark Ridgers, Carl Tremarco and Jamie McCart all looking to regain their spots in the starting 11.
Alloa meanwhile have Iain Flannigan suspended, but will be able to welcome back Steven Hetherington and on-loan Celtic defender Robbie Deas, who was cup-tied last time out.
Flannigan scored in both trips to the Caledonian Stadium last season, but Robertson thinks Alloa will cope without the veteran.
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