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13.01.2007 @ 15:00 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Attendance: 10300
Aberdeen
1 - 1
Inverness CT
Referee: Mike McCurry League-match

Goalscorers
Lovell (90) John Rankin (86)
Starting Lineup
Langfield
Hart
Anderson
Foster
Nicolson
Severin
Clark
Brewster
Maguire
Miller
Mackie
Mark Brown
Richard Hastings
Ross Tokely
Grant Munro
Darren Dods
Barry Wilson
Roy McBain
Russell Duncan
John Rankin
Dennis Wyness
Graham Bayne
Substitutes
Considine
Dempsey
Lovell
Touzani
Donald
Smith
Soutar
Michael Fraser
Stuart McCaffrey
Stuart Soane
Ian Black
Alan Morgan
Rory McAllister
Craig Dargo
Substitutions
Considine -> Brewster (44)
Dempsey -> Maguire (46)
Lovell -> Miller (79)
Craig Dargo -> Dennis Wyness (81)
Stuart McCaffrey -> Barry Wilson (89)
Yellow cards
Lovell (90) None.
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
5 Shots 10
2 Shots on goal 3
5 Offsides 1
3 Corner kicks 5
15 Free kicks 14
0 Penalties 0
Match report | Preview
As the 100th SPL match played by Caley Thistle this was a milestone, but a second was just missed as once more Aberdeen’s scalp proved elusive.

For the third time this season the teams drew 1-1 and, as in November, both goals were late on with Stevie Lovell saving the Dons in the last minute. This time the equaliser was well into added time after John Rankin had made it 1-0 with four minutes of normal time left – this was the club’s 777th league goal and the 118th in the SPL.

Richard Hastings was fit again so it was back to ICT’s familiar 4-4-2 formation and Craig Dargo moved to the bench. Aberdeen were missing the suspended Zander Diamond but Craig Brewster made his first start against his former club. It was to be a dismal afternoon for Brewster as he left the field with a dislocated shoulder just before half time and will be out for an extended period.

Wild weather throughout Scotland caused a number of postponements but this game went ahead despite a gale-force wind. Barry Nicholson shot over in 11 minutes for Aberdeen then Dennis Wyness had the first chance for ICT in 16 minutes when he hit from 25 yards but Jamie Langfield saved with little trouble.

Wyness headed over seven minutes later then Graham Bayne shot over. In 26 minutes Barry Wilson appeared to be brought down by Langfield after a mix up between the ‘keeper and Michael Hart but the referee waved play on despite strong protests from the visitors. Just before half time a Wilson free kick curled past the wall and over the bar. Brewster then sustained his shoulder injury and had to head for hospital.

At the interval he was replaced by Andrew Considine and Gary Dempsey also replaced Christopher Maguire. Aberdeen were looking for a penalty when Lee Miller went down in the box but once more Mike McCurry made no award. Rankin curled a long range shot wide then in 66 minutes Bayne hit over following a Rankin corner.

Bayne was the provider in 86 minutes when he stroked the ball into the path of Rankin and he hit past Langfield from 18 yards to make it 1-0. This was no more than the visitors deserved but it was not enough. With nearly three minutes of added time on the clock, substitute Lovell came to the Dons rescue when he lobbed over Mark Brown to make it 1-1. This was a bitter blow for Caley Thistle who richly deserved all three points. There was no time for a comeback as the whistle went before the match could even restart. Caley Thistle remain eighth on 28 points and Aberdeen stay third on 39.