Paterson to miss Jambos showdown

Jim Paterson will miss Aberdeen's Scottish Premier League game against Hearts on Saturday lunchtime with an Achilles injury.

Last Updated: 26/02/10 at 16:58

Paterson: Achilles injury

Paterson: Achilles injury

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The on-loan Plymouth midfielder, who was forced off after 26 minutes of last weekend's 3-1 defeat at Falkirk, is expected to be back for the game at Hamilton next Saturday.

Jamie Langfield is set to return in goal after an illness, while midfielder Peter Pawlett (knee) and defender Andrew Considine (hip) are long-term absentees.

Kick-off is at 12pm.

Dons (from): Langfield, Foster, Diamond, Mulgrew, McDonald, Kerr, Aluko, Fyvie, MacLean, Mackie, Paton, Ifil, Duff, Nelson, Young, Marshall, Grassi, Megginson.

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