TWO SUSPECTS are accused of attacking two men to their severe injury on a busy main street.

Craig Fox, 39, and Andrew Watt, 29, allegedly assaulted Jamie and William Darroch in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire in January this year.

Prosecutors claim the pair repeatedly kicked and punched Jamie on the head and body before striking him with a dagger.

It is then alleged that Fox and Watt repeatedly kicked and punched William before striking him on the head with an “unknown object.”

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Fox and Watt allegedly stabbed William on the body with a dagger which rendered him unconscious to his permanent disfigurement.

Three days later, prosecutors allege Watt assaulted Jamie and William again at the same location on Rutherglen Main Street.

It is said the pair were repeatedly struck to the head and body with a wrench to their severe injury and permanent disfigurement.

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Watt faces a final charge of the unlawful possession of a wrench in a public place.

All the charges are said to have taken place when Watt was on bail for two separate matters.

Watt, of Rutherglen, pleaded not guilty today from custody at Glasgow Sheriff Court and was granted bail.

Fox, of Blantyre, South Lanarkshire, did not appear at the hearing due to the coronavirus outbreak which prohibited his attendance.

A new hearing date is set for July this year by Sheriff Johanna Johnston QC.