Dons boss Derek McInnes can name an unchanged squad for the visit of Celtic on Sunday.
Captain Russell Anderson, midfielder Nicky Low, and defender Clark Robertson remain in the treatment room as Aberdeen look to continue their run of three wins and clean sheets in a row.
McInnes said: "I can't wait for the match. We lost the league game against Hamilton and we couldn't wait for the next one and it is the same when you win games, who is up next. We need to have that focus for every game now.
"The Celtic game will bring excitement, a big support and it is live on television. It has all the ingredients and we just need to make sure we bring a performance to the game. We have managed to run Celtic close recently and we beat them a couple of times last year.
"We feel it is a game we can win if we have enough strong individual performances and a strong team performance."
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For Celtic, Swedish striker John Guidetti, who has nine goals in his last seven games, returns to the squad for the trip north.
Recent injury victims Kris Commons (arse) could make the squad, as could James Forrest (hamstring). Anthony Stokes missed Celtic's diddy European game on Thursday through illness while Derk Boerrigter (knee) is still out.
There is a minute's silence before tomorrow's game - please ensure you are in the stadium in good time.