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- FT: Aberdeen 3-0 Ventspils (Stockley, Rooney, Burns)
- FT: Hibernian 0-1 Brondby (Wilczek)
- FT: Birkirkara 0-0 Hearts
"We started with good intensity against the ball. We finished the first half really strong. Jayden's first goal was magnificent, Rooney's goal is typical. Defensively, we deserve a lot of plaudits. It is very important to keep clean sheets at home in Europe."
"I was pleased with everything apart from the first minute. I have to compliment the fitness levels. For me, the tie's not over. He [the referee] was so inconsistent all night and his relationship with his assistants was poor."
"We kept our patience, we kept our discipline and we didn't give anything away. We had a few opportunities. It wasn't to be tonight. Nil-nil here against Birkirkara in the heat is a good result."
- SMS Message: Strength in depth from the Dons bench tonight. Must be some sort of record for a goal scoring European debut. Burns is on fire! from John MacLean, Blue Oyster Bar, Spain
So, a win, a draw and a defeat for Scotland's Europa League qualifying representatives this evening.
Aberdeen look well placed to progress while Hearts know any win next week will take them through but Hibs have it all to do in their tie.
Hibs will need to score in Denmark to keep their Europa League hopes alive after losing at home to Brondby. The Easter Road side competed well against their visitors but could not recover from losing an early goal.Copyright: SNS
The Dons are well on their way to the third qualifying round after three second-half goals put them in control against Ventspils.Copyright: SNS
Another goal from a substitute as debutant Wes Burns nods into the net moments after coming on. That could be a tie-clinching goal.
A strike by John McGinn from 30 yards cannot seriously test the Brondby goalkeeper. The Hibs midfielder has put in a good shift tonight, though.
It's goalless at the midway stage of Hearts' tie with Birkirkara. The visitors dominated but could not find a breakthrough in the Malta heat.Copyright: SNS
And it's another for Aberdeen with Adam Rooney applying a left-foot finish following a scramble in the box from a corner.
Just a few minutes left in Malta. Both sides looking tired.
Jayden Stockley, just on for Kenny McLean, heads the opener for Aberdeen from a Jonny Hayes cross.
Hibs forward Grant Holt is told to get back to his feet after going down in the box. More frustration for the hosts.
- SMS Message: How that's not a red card for Ash Taylor, I don't know. Things needing changed from the sub's bench. from Bryce, Aberdeen
Hibs have been unable to maintain the intensity they had at the end of the first half. Liam Fontaine and James Keatings come on with Dylan McGeouch and Marvin Bartley making way.