RUSSELL Anderson will lead out Aberdeen one final time when the Dons host St Johnstone tomorrow before the club captain hangs up his boots.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has confirmed the 36-year-old will be given one last start before he retires as the Reds round off their Scottish Premiership campaign.
Niall McGinn and Mark Reynolds have been given a break ahead of their international commitments while Willo Flood, Ryan Jack and Kenny McLean are one booking away from a suspension for next season so will not be risked.
St Johnstone striker Brian Graham is a doubt for the final Scottish Premiership clash.
The Ross County-bound striker has been ill this week and could miss out.
Defender Dave Mackay remains out following hip surgery.