Aberdeen travel to Dunfermline, hoping to secure a place in the semi final of the Scottish Cup…
Jimmy Calderwood praised the Red Army on Red TV:
‘It’ll be great to see the old stadium full again, and it’ll be a great atmosphere. We’ll bring down around 5,500 fans,which is fabulous. They really are amazing supporters.’
Jimmy also wraned of the quality Dunfermline have:
‘I will be a very difficult task for us to win the game. They are a dangerous side. They have a lot of SPL players and with their squad they should be in the SPL. They have some very good professionals there such Scott Wilson, Scott Thomson and Greg Shields, all players I worked with and they will be determined to put one over us. They will be looking forward to taking a scalp and they saw what happened to us last year.’
Dunfermline Team News:
Dunfermline forwards Greame Holmes and Kevin Harper are out for this weekend’s match.
Player to watch: Stephen Glass
Having made 131 appearances for the dons, Glass is no stranger to the Red Army. The winger will be out to prove he can still cut it at the top level.
Aberdeen Team News:
Lee Miller injured his hamstring mid-week against St. Mirren. While Gary McDonald is still out.
Player to watch: Tommy Wright
With Miller out, the English hitman is in line to start and with a goal against St. Mirren mid-week he will be full of confidence and looking to make an impact.