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Hamilton player-manager Alex Neil has no fresh injury concerns for Tuesday's Scottish League Cup second-round meeting with Alloa at New Douglas Park.

Tony Andreu completed his rehabilitation from a knee problem by coming off the bench to score against Partick in a Scottish Premiership win at Firhill and is in contention to start as Neil looks to use his full squad.

Midfielder Jon Routledge is still making his way back to fitness following knee surgery.

Alloa defender Jason Marr is the only injury doubt for the Wasps who are buzzing after Saturday's 3-0 win at Cowdenbeath.

Despite that success at Central Park and boost in confidence after no points and no goals in their opening two league fixtures, manager Barry Smith reckons his side are massive underdogs.

Smith said: "We will give it a go at Hamilton and see where that takes us. They have done well since being promoted and scoring two late goals to win at Partick on Saturday will have them flying.

"However, we can go there with some confidence after a good win and a clean sheet."

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