Scottish Premiership briefing

Team news, statistics and our verdict for Monday night's action in the Scottish Premiership.

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Terry Butcher: No new worries for Monday's clash

Terry Butcher: No new worries for Monday's clash

Monday, April 7

Hibernian v Aberdeen (1945)

Hibernian boss Terry Butcher has no fresh injury worries but defender Paul Hanlon will miss the rest of the season after damaging knee cartilage, while James McPake (back) will also sit out the remainder of the campaign.

Aberdeen have no fresh injury concerns ahead of their trip to Easter Road. Jonny Hayes (collarbone) is still out and Clark Robertson is yet to return to the squad after recovering from a knee injury.

Last season: Hibernian 0 Aberdeen 0, Aberdeen 0 Hibernian 0 Hibernian 0 Aberdeen 1, Aberdeen 2 Hibernian 1

Last five league matches: Hibernian D D L L L; Aberdeen W W D D D

Top scorers (all competitions): Liam Craig (Hibernian) 9; Niall McGinn (Aberdeen) 10.

Referee: Bobby Madden (Scotland).

Our verdict: Hibernian 1 Aberdeen 1


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