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Team news for Saturday's Scottish Premier League clash between Inverness and Aberdeen at the Caledonian Stadium.

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Proctor: Misses out against Dons

Proctor: Misses out against Dons

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David Proctor has joined Inverness's injury list ahead of the game against the Dons.

Proctor has a hamstring strain and will be out for up to three weeks but Stuart Golabek returns after missing the win over St Mirren for personal reasons.

Kevin McCann (groin) and Dani Sanchez (knee) are making good progress but will not be rushed back while Lee Cox (ankle), Kenny Gillet (knee) and Chris Innes (hamstring) remain on the sidelines.

Aberdeen will be without Chris Maguire for the trip to Caley.

The striker was sent off during last week's defeat to Rangers and sits out the trip to the Highlands.

Andrius Velicka (ankle) and Paul Hartley (hamstring) remain on the sidelines.

Inverness (from): Esson, Tokely, Munro, Golabek, Duff, Duncan, Hayes, Foran, Ross, Odhiambo, Rooney, Sutherland, McBain, Shinnie, Morrison, Blumenshtein, Tuffey.

Aberdeen (from): Langfield, Ifil, Diamond, Considine, Magennis, McArdle, Vujadinovic, Megginson, Folly, Young, Jack, Vernon, Mackie, Howard, Hansson, Shaughnessy, Brown, Paton.

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Scottish Football Fixtures

Saturday, 27 December 2014
15:00
Celtic v Ross Co
Dundee v St Mirren
Kilmarnock v Hamilton
Motherwell v Partick
St J'stone v Dundee U
Sunday, 28 December 2014
Inverness v Aberdeen  
Thursday, 01 January 2015
12:15
Dundee U v Dundee  
15:00
Aberdeen v St J'stone  
Hamilton v Motherwell  
Ross Co v Inverness  

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