Rangers will be hoping to close the gap between them and fellow title chasers Celtic with a win at Pittodrie tomorrow.
Walter Smith’s men currently sit just two points behind The Hoops at the pinnacle of the Scottish Premier League, with the latter hoping to extend their lead with victory over St Johnstone tonight.
The Gers are clear favourites for the match having already beaten Aberdeen twice so far this season and will need to take the full quota of points if they want to keep the pressure on at the top of the SPL.
Rangers can currently be backed at 11/25 with bwin and as this season’s top scorers in the league away from home, a £10 bet on them to win the game 2-0 could be easy money for punters and would return £72.50.
Speaking earlier this week, Ibrox boss Walter Smith said he hopes that his side will produce a display similar to the one that helped them to victory over St Johnstone last week.
“I’ll be happy enough if we play the way we played at Perth, we showed a good edge to our game there and played well and handled the conditions well,” he said.
“I’m not so sure Pittodrie is that bad but we will have to wait and see. I’ll be happy if we turn in a performance similar to the one at Perth last week.”
The home side will hope to take advantage of any slight slip from their title-chasing opponents and can be backed to pull off a shock win at 5/1.
Aberdeen will be aiming to bring their run of bad luck to an end after successive league defeats to Hibernian, St Mirren, Motherwell and Dundee in recent weeks.
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