Aberdeen v Celtic: Back Bhoys to continue dominance over Dons
Celtic haven't put a foot wrong since losing to Rangers late last year. Betfair's Frankie Monkhouse expects The Bhoys lớn continue their winning ways at Pittodrie… You can prefer to the soccer under tip page!
Aberdeen v Celtic
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Aberdeen and Celtic meet for the third time this season, second at Pittodrie, when going head-to-head in a Sunday afternoon kick-off played out live in front of the Sky Sports cameras. The hosts are out for revenge, looking lớn end their poor form against The Bhoys, having lost 4-0 here back in October.
Neil Lennon's league leaders have confidence lớn spare right now and are aiming to nail down a hat-trick of wins over their hosts, following that convincing autumn cheer in the hoa cương City with a 2-1 in Glasgow during the festive period. The away day is favourite but there's value lớn be had by those willing to work for it, the Betfair traders expecting a competitive contest- According to the soccer vip tip win page!
Dons score important win over Accies
Aberdeen ended a miserable run of form in the Scottish Premiership with a win in midweek. Victory over Hamilton on the road pushed Derek McInnes and co into third place, behind leaders Celtic and main challengers Rangers. The Dons made a mockery of what had been billed as a tricky away day, securing the points thanks to a 3-1 score, all three goals coming in the first half.
Curtis Main broke the deadlock inside 15 minutes to give his employers a lead and help settle any nerves. Niall McGinn smacked home a second less than six minutes later before Connor McLennan headed home in first half stoppage time to put the game to bed. McInnes labelled it an important three points for his side and was hoping to build momentum heading towards spring.
Hoops respond to derby defeat
Celtic have been impressive since losing to Rangers on 29 December in front of a stunned Parkhead crowd. The Hoops lost a home Old Firm derby for the first time in a decade but have responded in the style you'd expect of champions. The nine-in-a-row chasers beat Partick Thistle 2-1 in the Scottish Cup in their 2020 debut and followed that with league wins over Kilmarnock, Ross County and St Johnstone, scoring three goals in each game.