GARY Oliver is likely to miss Morton’s last two games after suffering an injury on Saturday.

The Ton striker was forced off after just half an hour in Morton’s 2-0 win over Falkirk at the weekend.

The 23-year-old went off in visible pain clutching the collarbone he broke earlier this season.

The forward landed awkwardly after a bad tackle from Jamie Stevenson in a Scottish Cup clash against Peterhead in November, which ruled him out for several months.

The former Hearts and Queen of the South player then injured his ankle ligaments shortly after his comeback, limiting the forward to just seven appearances in 2019.

With Robert Thomson and Denny Johnstone already out injured, it leaves Morton’s forward options light in the remaining two games.

But there were positives for manager Jonatan Johansson, after Bob McHugh came on late against the Bairns for his first appearance since suffering a hairline fracture in his leg in February.

The Ton boss said: “It looks like it [the same injury from earlier in the season]. I don’t think it’s a break which is good, but with only two games left it looks like another striker will be out again.

“It was pleasing to get Bob back on the bench. 

“Bob only had one training session with us, but I knew he could come in and score a late goal for us if needed.”