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Inverness Caledonian Thistle keeping eye on Doran and Toshney's fitness ahead of Rangers semi final


By Andrew Henderson

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle will be monitoring the fitness of Aaron Doran and Lewis Toshney ahead of Sunday’s Challenge Cup semi final against Rangers Colts.

Both men missed last Saturday’s Scottish Cup triumph over Livingston, but for different reasons.

A swollen ankle took Aaron Doran out of ICT's 1–0 Scottish Cup victory against Livingston. Picture: Ken Macpherson
A swollen ankle took Aaron Doran out of ICT's 1–0 Scottish Cup victory against Livingston. Picture: Ken Macpherson

Vice-captain Doran (pictured) was still feeling the effects of an ankle knock picked up against Alloa the week before, while Toshney was cup-tied, but he too has an issue ahead of a potential debut against Rangers.

“Aaron trained on Thursday and Friday without feeling too bad, but if puffed up a wee bit on Saturday morning,” manager John Robertson said.

“We could have put him on the bench, but we didn’t really want to risk it.

“Lewis had a bit of a flare up with his knee, he had a wee bit of fluid in his knee, so we’ll monitor him towards the end of the week as well.

“It will be Saturday before we know who’s available and what team we’re going to put out.”

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