Aberdeen v Inverness preview

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

Last Updated: 19/08/11 at 16:32

Tudur Jones: Out for two months

Tudur Jones: Out for two months

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Aberdeen have no fresh concerns ahead of the visit of Inverness.

Fraser Fyvie and Youl Mawene played the full 90 minutes in the 3-0 loss at Hearts last weekend after suffering earlier injuries.

Ryan Jack returned from suspension as a substitute at Tynecastle and is set to be in contention to start while Chris Clark (knee) was an unused replacement last weekend.

Spanish defender Roman Golobart is added to the Caley squad for the clash at Pittodrie after signing on loan from Wigan.

But Owain Tudur Jones is out for up to two months after undergoing knee surgery and Ross Tokely is suspended after failing to overturn the red card he received against Rangers.

Kenny Gillet, David Proctor (both hamstring), Billy McKay, Josh Meekings (both ankle) and Lee Cox (pelvis) remain absent.

Aberdeen (from): Gonzalez, Foster, Considine, Arnason, Robertson, Magennis, Paton, Milsom, Osbourne, Pawlett, Megginson, Vernon, Low, Mackie, Jason Brown, McArdle, Jordan Brown, Fraser, Clark, Mawene, Fyvie, Jack.

Inverness (from): Esson, Hogg, Golobart, Aldred, Ross, Sutherland, Hayes, Tansey, Doran, Foran, Tade, Piermayr, Graeme Shinnie, Andrew Shinnie, Tuffey, Morrison, Polworth, Smith.

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