Dons defensive duo sidelined

Defenders Zander Diamond and Richard Foster will miss Aberdeen's SPL game against Kilmarnock tomorrow after being sent off on Saturday.

Last Updated: 04/05/10 at 15:53

Diamond: Banned

Diamond: Banned

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Foster will also sit out the opening game of next season after going through the disciplinary points threshold.

Forward Darren Mackie returns from a one-match suspension for the Dons' final home game of the campaign, and Peter Pawlett (knee) is back running but remains out, along with fellow long-term absentee Andrew Considine (hip).

Aberdeen (from): Langfield, Mulgrew, Kerr, Fyvie, Paton, Ifil, Duff, Nelson, Young, McDonald, Marshall, Grassi, Aluko, Mackie, Jack, Grimmer, Shaughnessy, MacLean.

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