Dons quartet sit out Czech trip

Aberdeen travelled to the Czech Republic without four players for the Europa League third qualifying round second leg with Sigma Olomouc.

Last Updated: 05/08/09 at 13:36

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Michael Paton (thigh) has joined fellow forward Tommy Wright (calf), defender Zander Diamond (Achilles) and goalkeeper Bertrand Bossu in the Dons' treatment room.

Mark McGhee must decide whether to field his strongest possible line-up with Aberdeen 5-1 down from last Thursday's first leg.

Kick-off is at 7pm BST.

Dons (from): Langfield, Vidal, Mulgrew, Considine, Pawlett, Duff, McDonald, Foster, Kerr, Aluko, Young, Miller, Mackie, Maguire, Nelson, Stewart, Ross, Crawford, Bateman, Holm, Megginson.

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