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Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Scott Vernon from the left by-line, clearance by Matt Doherty.
Ryan Jack takes a corner.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Isaiah Osbourne on Ryan Jack. Direct free kick taken by Scott Vernon.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Sean O'Hanlon by Scott Vernon. Direct free kick taken by Mark Brown.
Jorge Claros takes a shot. Save by Jamie Langfield.
Headed effort from inside the area by Scott Vernon misses to the right of the goal.
Isaiah Osbourne gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Mark Reynolds. Mark Reynolds takes the free kick.
Russell Anderson concedes a free kick for a foul on Paul Hanlon. Tom Soares takes the direct free kick.
Mark Reynolds concedes a free kick for a foul on Ivan Sproule. Mark Reynolds is booked. Free kick taken by Pa Saikou Kujabi.
Scott Vernon has an effort at goal from just outside the box which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Ivan Sproule joins the action as a substitute, replacing Leigh Griffiths.
Jamie Masson leaves the field to be replaced by Ryan Fraser.
Cameron Smith produces a right-footed shot from just outside the box that misses to the right of the target.
David Wotherspoon produces a left-footed shot from deep inside the six-yard box which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Jamie Masson crosses the ball, Isaiah Osbourne manages to make a clearance.
Outswinging corner taken by Ryan Jack, Paul Hanlon makes a clearance.
Cameron Smith joins the action as a substitute, replacing Fraser Fyvie.
David Wotherspoon replaces George Francomb.
Unfair challenge on Leigh Griffiths by Jamie Masson results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Matt Doherty.
Leigh Griffiths delivers the ball, clearance by Ryan Jack.
Corner taken left-footed by Jorge Claros from the right by-line to the near post, Gavin Rae makes a clearance.
Matt Doherty takes a shot. Save made by Jamie Langfield.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Ryan Jack on Isaiah Osbourne. Isaiah Osbourne takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Jorge Claros on Andrew Considine. Free kick taken by Jamie Langfield.
Andrew Considine takes a shot. Mark Brown makes a save.
Corner from right by-line taken by Ryan Jack.
Kari Arnason takes a shot. Save by Mark Brown.
Russell Anderson gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Roy O'Donovan. Free kick crossed right-footed by Sean O'Hanlon, Kari Arnason manages to make a clearance.
The ball is crossed by Leigh Griffiths, clearance by Russell Anderson.
Unfair challenge on Fraser Fyvie by George Francomb results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Andrew Considine.
Roy O'Donovan is brought on as a substitute for Garry O'Connor.
Foul by Gavin Rae on Sean O'Hanlon, free kick awarded. Sean O'Hanlon takes the direct free kick.
The ball is sent over by Fraser Fyvie, Scott Vernon scores a goal from close range to the top right corner of the goal. Aberdeen 1-2 Hibernian.Gavin Rae provided the assist for the goal.
Andrew Considine sends in a cross, clearance made by Paul Hanlon.
Effort from the edge of the area by Josh Magennis goes wide of the right-hand upright.
George Francomb takes a shot. Save made by Jamie Langfield.
The ball is sent over by Fraser Fyvie, clearance by Paul Hanlon.
Foul by Garry O'Connor on Jamie Masson, free kick awarded. Russell Anderson takes the free kick, Kari Arnason crosses the ball.
Leigh Griffiths has shot on goal from just outside the penalty box which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Centre by Gavin Rae, Sean O'Hanlon makes a clearance.
Centre by Ryan Jack, Scott Vernon takes a shot. Mark Brown makes a save.
Unfair challenge on Josh Magennis by Isaiah Osbourne results in a free kick. Josh Magennis restarts play with the free kick.
Shot from just outside the area by Mark Reynolds goes over the bar.
Leigh Griffiths produces a right-footed shot from just outside the box that goes wide right of the target.
Leigh Griffiths produces a cross, Josh Magennis makes a clearance.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Scott Vernon. Mark Brown restarts play with the free kick.
Josh Magennis crosses the ball.
The referee blows for offside against Garry O'Connor. Russell Anderson takes the direct free kick.
Unfair challenge on Garry O'Connor by Fraser Fyvie results in a free kick. Garry O'Connor produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick.
The referee blows for offside against Scott Vernon. Mark Brown takes the free kick.
Shot from just outside the penalty box by Kari Arnason misses to the left of the target.
Sean O'Hanlon fouled by Scott Vernon, the ref awards a free kick. Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Leigh Griffiths.
The official flags Scott Vernon offside. Free kick taken by Mark Brown.
Corner taken by Leigh Griffiths from the right by-line played to the near post, Sean O'Hanlon scores a headed goal from close range. Aberdeen 0-2 Hibernian.Leigh Griffiths provided the assist for the goal.
Isaiah Osbourne takes a shot. Blocked by Andrew Considine.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by George Francomb from the left by-line, clearance by Mark Reynolds.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Andrew Considine on George Francomb. Matt Doherty takes the direct free kick.
Inswinging corner taken by George Francomb, Mark Reynolds manages to make a clearance.
Pa Saikou Kujabi crosses the ball, clearance made by Mark Reynolds.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Tom Soares by Fraser Fyvie. Mark Brown restarts play with the free kick.
Assist by Leigh Griffiths.
The ball is swung over by Leigh Griffiths, Mark Reynolds gets a block in. Mark Reynolds puts the ball into his own net from 6 yards. Aberdeen 0-1 Hibernian.
Centre by Ryan Jack, blocked by George Francomb.
The referee blows for offside against Leigh Griffiths. Jamie Langfield takes the free kick.
Ryan Jack sends in a cross, Mark Brown makes a save.
Josh Magennis crosses the ball, save made by Mark Brown.
Brown hopeful over Langfield deal
Aberdeen manager Craig Brown is hopeful goalkeeper Jamie Langfield will put pen to paper on a new deal within the next 24 hours.
The 32-year-old was offered a contract extension after making a return to top team action following his recovery from a brain seizure.
Langfield - whose current deal is set to expire at the end of the season - has yet to commit to an extended stay at Pittodrie.
Brown said: "Jamie Langfield has been given another 24 hours to make a decision.
"He and [Aberdeen chief executive] Duncan Fraser are going over things now but I don't think it has anything to do with money or desire to play for Aberdeen Football Club, I think it is length of contract they are discussing which has held us up.
"I think things look favourable. Hopefully by [Wednesday] he will have completed negotiations."
Brown also wants to hold talks with Inverness winger Jonny Hayes as he continues to plan for the new campaign.
The Dons boss has already discussed his interest in the player with Inverness manager Terry Butcher.
Brown said: "I have spoken to Terry Butcher but I have not spoken to Jonny Hayes.
"We will look to speak to him. Terry wants him to stay and we have indicated our desire to have him and I think it is up to Jonny.
"I would obviously hope if he was coming to a Scottish team he would choose us. We would like him and there is no denying that."
Meanwhile, Brown is expecting a tough challenge from Hibernian as the Edinburgh side continue their battle to retain their Clydesdale Bank Premier League status.
But the Dons boss claimed Saturday's 3-0 defeat to bottom club Dunfermline is no reason to panic about his own team's form.
He said: "We watched the Dunfermline game again and the tape clearly indicates it was an even game, if not a game in our favour.
"But we have made three horrendous errors which cost us three goals. We weren't conceding like that before this game.
"If the players weren't dejected after the game you would be worried. We are all feeling bad.
"I do think we need to strengthen the team, no question about that, but I don't think we need to be ringing alarm bells because we have made horrendous, unprecedented errors."
He added: "Hibs will be really and thoroughly committed so it is up to us to make sure we have the same mentality.
"The seriousness of their situation will be emphasised to them so you can be sure it will be a fired up Hibs team.
"Obviously we want a win. It is crucial from our pride point of view to get a victory to restore a little bit of confidence in the fans."
Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon appears to be attempting to invoke a siege mentality by claiming many in Scottish football are enjoying seeing his side in danger of relegation.
Hibs are three points clear of bottom club Dunfermline with three matches to go, including next Monday's clash with the Pars at Easter Road.
A seven-point lead has been cut to three after Dunfermline claimed four points from their last two games and, on each occasion, Hibs suffered narrow defeats 24 hours later.
"I think people are happy Hibs are in trouble," Fenlon said.
"There's definitely a perception out there that a lot of people want to see Hibs in trouble for some reason, I don't know why."
The fixture schedule has dictated Hibs have played after the Pars for the last four SPL matches, while Fenlon feels his players have been the subject of unwarranted criticism following 1-0 losses to Kilmarnock and at St Mirren in the last two games.
Hibs and Dunfermline play on the same day in the SPL for the first time since March 24, with Fenlon urging his side to prove their detractors wrong by boosting their survival hopes.
"We're on a level playing field now," added Fenlon, whose team travel to Inverness on the final day of the SPL campaign.
"We've just got to win our own games, it's still in our own hands. We win our next two matches, we're safe. Simple as that.
"I'm not nervous, I'm looking forward to them.
"Our last two performances have been very, very good. I've been very, very pleased with them. We just didn't get a rub of the green.
"The confidence is okay. It's just a matter of making sure they keep believing in what we're doing and eventually some of those chances will go in for us."
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