Team News, statistics etc Let's start with the team news first. New Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has no new injury worries before tomorrow's game. Andrew Considene and Chris Clark are both out for the rest of the season, as a result of their respective injuries. Aside from long term injured Manuel Pascali, Kilmarnock only have Rory McKenzie out due to a sicjkness bug and sadly will be unable to join the squad in the Granite City. There is good news however for the Ayrshire men and Jude Winchester and Ross Davidson on their way back to fitness, so therefore there is a slight possibility of the two being considered. This is a big game for both sides and last few games between both sides shows it's even Stevens. One win, one loss and one draw - so which result will tomorrow join with at full time? Who knows? Kilmarnock must win to remain in 7th place however the Dons will be right up for this game also, as they could overtake the Ayrshire men into that 7th place in the league. Expect both teams too be keeping one eye on things elsewhere, because both teams could drop a place or two should Hibernian beat St Mirren and Hearts beat Dundee. Should be a tense but hopefully entertaining afternoon for both sets of fans.