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Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

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    Ryan Crombie: @BBCSportScot @AberdeenFC will be with a heavy heart leaving Pittodrie. But it right move for club going forward and financially


    Aberdeen 0-0 Hearts

    Hearts begin the match at Pittodrie.

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    Let me know your thoughts on this evening's match by tweeting using the hashtag #bbcsportscot

  4. Post update

    Hearts lost 1-0 to a late penalty on their last visit to Pittodrie.

    Juanma Delgado and Andy Considine

    Their other three encounters this season, including a Scottish Cup tie, have been at Tynecastle, with Aberdeen winning one of those 3-1 and Hearts winning 1-0 in the cup then 2-1 in the league.

  5. Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

    "We've got a strong team out. It's been, all in all, a good season but we want to finish it with a couple of results. It's a huge game. We've played each other four times, they've won twice, we've won twice. Hopefully everyone enjoys it."

  6. McKenna given first Dons start

    Aberdeen v Hearts (19:45)

    Defender Scott McKenna, who played as a substitute at St Johnstone earlier this season, makes his first Aberdeen start this evening.

    Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna

    Aberdeen v Hearts (19:45)

    Aberdeen: Collin, Logan, Taylor, Considine, Shinnie, Hayes, Jack, Flood, McGinn, McLean, McKenna. Subs: Reynolds, Smith, Robson, Storie, Wright, Lennox, Nuttall.

    Hearts: Hamilton, Paterson, Ozturk, Souttar, Oshaniwa, Dauda, Buaben, Kitchen, Zanatta, Delgado, Djoum. Subs: Alexander, Nicholson, Pallardo, Reilly, McGhee, Liam Smith, Moore.

    Referee: Andrew Dallas

  8. New Dons striker coming soon

    It's been a busy week for Aberdeen with the club announcing the pre-contract signing of Jayden Stockley, who was most recently on loan at Exeter City from Bournemouth.

    Jayden Stockley
  9. Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

    "It's the most important thing, the training facility, closely followed by the stadium. If we can get training facilities in the same vicinity as the stadium, the advantages of that are clear. The one area where we're  falling behind our competitors is training facilities."

  10. Aberdeen identify new stadium site

    Aberdeen have revealed plans to build a new stadium and training facility at Kingsford to the west of the city.

    Chairman Stewart Milne says Kingsford was "an ideal location for supporters" and that he hoped to move into the new stadium for the 2019-20 season.

    For more information, watch the video from the 'Highlights' tab.

  11. Hearts look back on solid campaign

    Head coach Robbie Neilson has been in charge of Hearts for almost two years and they sit on 61 points with two games to play.

    Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson
  12. McInnes seeks new milestone

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes said after Sunday's 3-2 defeat by Celtic he wanted to win the Dons' last two matches to beat last season's points tally of 75.

    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
  13. Playing for pride

    Aberdeen v Hearts (19:45)

    It's second v third in the Premiership, but tonight's match will not have any impact on the final make-up of the table.

    Aberdeen will finish the season as runners-up for the second year in a row.

    Hearts have sealed third place on their first season back in the top flight after winning the Championship last term.

    Both sides will be in next season's Europa League qualifiers.

  14. Welcome

    Aberdeen v Hearts (19:45)

    Good evening and welcome to live coverage of tonight's match at Pittodrie.