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Kilmarnock first up for Dons

Aberdeen will launch their 2013-14 Scottish Premier League campaign by hosting Kilmarnock at Pittodrie.

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A trip to Motherwell follows before champions Celtic visit Pittodrie for the first time in the new campaign on August 17.

The first trip to Celtic is on 23 November, and the festive fixtures see the Dons go to Inverness on December 21 and host Motherwell on December 26.

The New Year's Day fixture will be at Dundee United, and the run-in will see Derek McInnes' men play Hearts on 15 March (away), Kilmarnock at home, Ross County away, Dundee United at home and the regular season finishes with a trip to Hibs.

Click here to see Aberdeen's full fixture list for the 2013/14 SPL season

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