Steven Naismith has confirmed that Stephen Kingsley and Jorge Grant are in contention to return to the Heart of Midlothian squad for the final game of the season against Rangers tomorrow afternoon while Beni Baningime is also expected to be back. 

Kinglsey sat out Wednesday’s 2-2 draw at the SMiSA Stadium to recover from a niggle, while Grant missed the trip to Paisley due to a bout of illness.

Baningime was rested against St Mirren and in the previous fixture against Dundee, and Naismith said after the game midweek that Baningime would return for Rangers.

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It was announced earlier in the week that Peter Haring will leave the club in the summer when his contract expires, but the Austrian is still recovering from an injury and will not make one last appearance at Tynecastle.

“No, he’s not fit enough for that,” Naismith said. “He will do his rehab to make sure he is back fit and he will assess his options in the summer.

“Kingsley is back and Jorge Grant is back. Grant was ill and Kingsley was feeling a bit tight in his hamstring but they are all good for tomorrow. So we have nearly got a fully-fit squad.”

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Craig Halkett hasn’t played since February’s 1-0 win at McDiarmid Park as the defender continues his recovery from a long-term injury, while Liam Boyce is in contention after the Northern Irishman made his first-team return on Wednesday evening.