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Tuesday, 25 January, 2000, 18:25 GMT
Big night in Scottish basement




Wednesday night sees the bottom three clubs in the Scottish Premier League in action.

Basement club Aberdeen entertain fourth-placed Motherwell, while the clubs in eight and ninth meet at Dens Park.

Aberdeen v Motherwell

Aberdeen have added Cato Guntveit to an otherwise unchanged squad for the visit of Motherwell.

The Norwegian succvessfully came through Monday's under-21 game with Rangers.

Motherwell will be without Dutch defender Michael Doesburg, who suffered concussion after being hit in the face by the ball at St Johnstone.

Lee McCulloch and Derek Townsley both return to the squad.





Dundee v Kilmarnock

Dundee are without striker James Grady who suffered consussion at Hearts and is also out of Saturday's Scottish Cup tie with Ayr.

Kilmarnock defender Jim Lauchlan is suspended after his clash with Ian Wright at Rugby Park on Sunday.

Manager Bobby Williamson has refused to reveal the names of any other possible absentees from his side.

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