Aberdeen hoping injury blight will ease when Premiership action resumes
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is hoping for better luck in avoiding squad injuries when the Scottish Premiership fixtures resume next weekend after the international break.
The Dons have been missing influential players such as Barry Robson, Willo Flood and captain Russell Anderson in recent weeks, while forward Josh Magennis is expected to be out for more than a month after a knee operation.
But McInnes has been pleased by the manner in which young players Cammy Smith and Nicky Low have impressed in their absence.
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