Feb 3: Aberdeen v Celtic Betting Preview


ABERDEEN are drinking in the last-chance saloon but could say three cheers to a title race tonight.

The Dons trail Celtic by six points and while it’s not a decider at Pittodrie you can tie green and white ribbons to the trophy if Ronny Deila’s side notch a win.

Aberdeen beat the champs 2-1 at home in September and look big at 7-2 with bet365 to repeat that success. The odds are tempting but I’m keeping a stalemate on side by going Aberdeen draw no bet at 12-5 with William Hill. Not to lose the Dons are 11-10 with bet365.

Celtic have drifted slightly to a best 4-5 with McBookie and William Hill while a draw pays 14-5 at McBookie.

Deila’s side have only failed to net twice this season and have scored on their last seven visits to the Granite City. Consider both to net at 31-40 with McBookie.

The Hoops conceded too easily to Ross County at the weekend – albeit with 10 men – and will again be without centre-half Jozo Simunovic so Erik Sviatchenko will make his first start.

Colin Kazim-Richards has been signed to support Leigh Griffiths but is unlikely to start. Griffiths is 4-1 at McBookie to score first and 11-8 with 888sport to net.

Aberdeen’s Adam Rooney is 7-1 with McBookie to bag the opener and decent value at 9-4 with Betfred to score.

The Dons have added Wales international attacker Simon Church but again a start would be a surprise and that would also be the case with Celtic’s latest loan capture from Man City, highly-rated midfielder Patrick Roberts.

With so much at stake I can see this being a fiery affair refereed by Steven McLean and I fancy over 4.5 cards at 11-10 with bet365.

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Aberdeen draw no bet WON

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