BUTCHER TO RING IN CHANGES
Manager Terry Butcher is poised to rotate his Inverness squad for Sunday's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Hibernian.
Caley Thistle beat Aberdeen last weekend before suffering a midweek loss at home to St Johnstone and Butcher will challenge his incoming players to ensure the week ends on a high.
"I've said I'll make changes and I will," Butcher said. "I want to freshen it up.
"We always generally get a very good reaction from the players if we've lost.
"We want to bounce back in style and have a right go because three points is something we missed out on.
"We wanted to have a good week this week and finish this week off on a high and that means three points."
Only midfielder Andrew Shinnie (foot) and defender Chris Hogg (knee), a former Hibs captain, are unavailable for Inverness.
Defender Josh Meekings is available again following suspension, while wingers Jonny Hayes and Aaron Doran and defender Kenny Gillett could make their returns from injury.
"Those that play will be the lucky ones because they've been selected," added Butcher, who is determined to emulate last season's feat, when his side finished seventh after winning five of their last six games.
"It's up to them to go and prove they're worth a starting place which will encourage us for the rest of the season.
"Whoever does play I want them to give everything to the cause."
After the Saints loss, Inverness lie 10th, one point behind ninth-placed St Mirren, but eight ahead of 11th-placed Hibs and apparently out of relegation danger with seven matches to go.
Hibs claimed their first win at Inverness in July and Butcher hopes for a return to their barren streak at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium.
"We generally enjoy playing against Hibs and, apart from the last-minute winner from Garry O'Connor at the start of the season, we've got a pretty good record against them here," Butcher added.
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