Hamilton have been left with a major selection crisis for Sunday’s promotion decider against Dundee United.
Martin Canning could be without the services of as many as four regular starters for his biggest game as Accies boss.
Definitely out are skipper Michael Devlin, who is both injured and suspended, and midfielder Darian MacKinnon, who is also banned.
And there are massive doubts over Dougie Imrie and stand-in skipper Massimo Donati.
Imrie headed for hospital after last night’s goalless first leg at Tannadice to have a precautionary X-ray on a rib injury.
Donati finished the 90 minutes limping heavily and, with only 48 hours to recover, looks to be a major doubt.
“We knew about the suspensions and we’ll just have to see how the injured ones are,” said Canning.
And, although his team have home advantage for the decider, Canning is taking nothing for granted.
“It will be a difficult game because there are two teams who are evenly matched,” he added.
“I don’t think it matters if it’s at our place or at their place. It’s still 0-0.
“We would have taken a draw before the game but we came to win it.
“We will approach Sunday in the same way.
“We had good chances in the first half but we didn’t take them and that has been the story of our season really.”