Kilmarnock winger Jordan Jones’ odds of confronting Aberdeen in Tuesday’s Scottish Cup replay are appraised as 50-50.Greg Taylor is dicey, Gordon Greer and Steven Smith stay harmed for the hosts.
Aberdeen stay without goalkeeper Joe Lewis however Sam Cosgrove comes back from suspension in the wake of missing two matches.Wears manager Derek McInnes said his squad had “a few small minor thumps from the end of the week”, when they drew with Partick Thistle.
Kilmarnock chief Steve Clarke: “I’m anticipating the amusement, it ought to be a decent one, two great groups. There’s not a ton between them, I said after the primary amusement it was 50-50 and this one is a 50-50 diversion.”Four times Kilmarnock have played Aberdeen this season and we haven’t figured out how to figure out how to beat them – ideally we can find that arrangement [on Tuesday] night.
“Frame at home has been great. When I came here they couldn’t win at home and now we think that its more hard to lose at home, which is incredible.”We go into the amusement with a ton of certainty, the young men are liking themselves, as they ought to do.
Aberdeen chief Derek McInnes: “Ideally we can get the win that we’re all searching for.”We know how critical the mugs are in any case however even on account of where we are at the moment, we know the amount of a lift it’ll give everybody on the off chance that we can take care of business and get into the semi-last.
“We feel toward the beginning of the opposition, it’s an opposition we set out to attempt and win, paying little heed to who we’re up against and paying little mind to how the draw is regardless we see that.”[Kilmarnock have] figured out how to beat the lion’s share of groups and they’re doing. Kilmarnock, without precedent for quite a while, truly, they’ve been getting a charge out of playing at home and that is credit to them. We’ve generally very appreciated going down there and we’ve had some positive outcomes.”