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  • Scottish Premiership
    2 1
    • May 11', 79'
    FT HT 1 - 0
    • Deacon 53'

    Dundee Battle Against Aberdeen, But A Second May Goal Means That The Dark Blues Are Rooted To The Bottom Of The Table.

    • By TheDarkBlues
    • 19th August 2017, 12:00 am
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    Dundee Battle Against Aberdeen, But A Second May Goal Means That The Dark Blues Are Rooted To The Bottom Of The Table.

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    Line Ups

    :

    • 1 Lewis
    • 2 Logan41'
    • 5 O'Connor
    • 6 Reynolds
    • 4 Considine
    • 16 Tansey Maynard 66'
    • 7 McLean90'
    • 3 Shinnie
    • 11 Mackay-Steven Stewart 57'
    • 22 Christie
    • 83 May65 ' Rooney 81'

    Substitutes

    • 8 Stewart
    • 9 Rooney
    • 10 Maynard
    • 14 Arnason
    • 15 Wright
    • 17 Stockley
    • 20 Rogers

    : 4-2-3-1

    • 1 Bain
    • 2 Kerr
    • 22 Hendry
    • 34 Waddell
    • 3 Holt
    • 8 Kamara64 ' O'Hara 85'
    • 10 Allan
    • 21 Deacon
    • 4 Vincent
    • 20 El Bakhtaoui McGowan 80'
    • 29 Haber Williams 80'

    Substitutes

    • 7 Hateley
    • 11 Williams
    • 12 Parish
    • 14 O'Hara
    • 18 McGowan
    • 28 Spence
    • 47 Lambert
    Referee: Kevin Clancy
    Attendance: 
    Photo courtesy of: Derek Gerrard Photography

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    7 Motherwell 38 -6 48
    8 St Johnstone 38 -11 46
    9 Dundee 38 -21 39
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