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Injured: Taylor & McKenna

 

Lewis

 

Vyner Devlin Considine Leigh

 

Ojo Bryson

 

Hedges Ferguson McGinn

 

Cosgrove

 

subs: Cerny, Logan, Main, Wilson, McLennan, Wright, Gallagher

others: Campbell, Anderson

Prediction: 3-0 Cosgrove x 3

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Bold prediction Tord.

 

Youre assuming we'll keep Karl Heinz May at bay then?

Aye - I'm going for that prediction. He didn't score on his debut... I think it's gonna be the same Stevie May this season.

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Bit premature starting a thread and predicting Devlin will be starting for us with 8 days to go until the game.

 

Fully expect Mr Devlin to return from Scotland duty with an ankle ligament injury that keeps him out till after the January break. Sustained whilst participating in a card school naturally. 

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When is McKenna due back from injury? Can't remember how long it was predicted he was out for.

He's waiting til after the Scotland games are over so his value rises back up a bit.

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I hope May starts scoring then we can get him back in January a new player.

McInnes often brings back players to the club but January might be six months too soon

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Would imagine McInnes will go with the following lineup:

 

Lewis

Logan

Leigh

Devlin

Considine

Ojo

Ferguson

Bryson

McGinn

Hedges

Cosgrove

 

Subs: Cerny, Vyner, Campbell, Gallagher, McLennan, Wilson, Main

 

2-1 win

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Would imagine McInnes will go with the following lineup:

 

Lewis

Logan

Leigh

Devlin

Considine

Ojo

Ferguson

Bryson

McGinn

Hedges

Cosgrove

 

Subs: Cerny, Vyner, Campbell, Gallagher, McLennan, Wilson, Main

 

2-1 win

Steven McLean in the middle for this one. Given his performance v St Mirren last month, I'd play both Lewis and Cerny as handball is not punishable in his rulebook.

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Steven McLean in the middle for this one. Given his performance v St Mirren last month, I'd play both Lewis and Cerny as handball is not punishable in his rulebook.

Don't be surprised that Steven McLean awards us a penalty on Saturday to make up for his horrendous decision in Paisley.

 

Stick with the same side that started against Ross County to get a bit of continuity going, barring the inevitable training ground/match warm-up injuries and suspensions. 2-0 to Aberdeen.

Edited by the shepherd

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I see Ricky Foster is 33-1 with Bet365 to score first in this match.  I'd be wanting longer odds than that.

 

14 players more likely to score anytime than Stevie May.  :laughing:

 

Ethan Ross one of those more likely to score.  :omg:

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14 players more likely to score anytime than Stevie May.  :laughing:

 

Ethan Ross one of those more likely to score.  :omg:

A generous 50/1 for Steven Anderson who’s currently at aRaith Rovers.

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14 players more likely to score anytime than Stevie May.  :laughing:

 

Ethan Ross one of those more likely to score.  :omg:

 

Based on the Foster odds, i'm betting that they've based that on Stevie May playing for us, rather than St Johnstone.

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I think there's a good bet to be had here.  Who will score for their respective team first?  Foster or May?  My moneys on Foster.

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Based on the Foster odds, i'm betting that they've based that on Stevie May playing for us, rather than St Johnstone.

 

it would be unusual for them to base his odds on how he was 4 year ago right enough.   :whistling:

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