Queen of South v Aberdeen preview

Team news ahead of Tuesday night's Scottish Cup fifth-round replay between Queen of the South and Aberdeen at Palmerston Park.

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Arnason: Available again

Arnason: Available again

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Midfielder Kari Arnason is available again following suspension as Aberdeen head to Dumfries.

Strikers Michael Paton and Daniel Uchechi could return, easing the Dons' lengthy injury list, but Clark Robertson is out after twisting his knee in Saturday's goalless draw at Hibernian.

Defender Russell Anderson, midfielders Rob Milsom, Isaac Osbourne, Yoann Folly, Gavin Rae, Chris Clark and Peter Pawlett are all out injured.

The winners will be away to Motherwell in the quarter-finals on the weekend of March 10/11.

Aberdeen (from): Brown, Considine, McArdle, Reynolds, Arnason, Jack, Fyvie, Vernon, Megginson, Chalali, Fallon, Langfield, Magennis, Mackie, Hughes, Mawene, Paton, Uchechi.

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Fixtures

Friday, 06 March 2015
19:35
Q of South v Falkirk  
Saturday, 07 March 2015
15:00
Inverness v Raith  
Sunday, 08 March 2015
12:45
Hibernian v Berwick  
15:30
Dundee U v Celtic  

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