Duo banned for Hearts cup clash

Aberdeen's Richard Foster and David Grassi will miss the Dons' Scottish Cup fourth-round tie at home to Hearts on Saturday due to suspensions.

Last Updated: 08/01/10 at 16:42

Grassi (left): Banned for the Dons

Grassi (left): Banned for the Dons

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Foster, who on Friday signed a new three-and-a-half-year contract, serves a ban carried over from last season, while Grassi pays the price for his red card at Dundee United last weekend.

Lee Miller can play before resuming his own ban, but Gary McDonald joins Sone Aluko (stomach) and Zander Diamond (broken nose) on the sidelines.

Aberdeen (from): Langfield, Considine, Ifil, Mulgrew, Young, Kerr, Wright, Pawlett, Paton, Fyvie, Crawford, Maguire, Mackie, Marshall, Ross, Miller, Nelson, Jack.

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