ABERDEEN have failed to beat Celtic, Rangers and Hearts this season yet are still fighting for second place.

The Dons can alter that embarrassing stat in their final four games as they face all three sides – starting with the Jambos tonight.

Derek McInnes's men lost 2-0 at Tynecastle last month but the Jambos are awful away and have picked up just four wins.

They went down tamely at Ibrox last weekend when Rangers were there for the taking and I'm backing Aberdeen at 8-13 with William Hill to end one of their jinxes.

Kenny McLean will play one of his final games before moving to Norwich and he is 43-10 at Unibet to net at any time.

In England there's a massive match for Fulham who are just one point second-placed Cardiff with two games to go.

The Cottagers are on a brilliant run of 22 games unbeaten and are no bigger than 1-4 with McBookie at home to relegated Sunderland.

Fulham know a win will pile the pressure on Cardiff and this could be a rout – even if Sunderland were the last side to beat them.

Half of Fulham's wins this year have been by two or more goals and I'm backing them -1 at 8-13 with Paddy Power.

Another team flying high are Hoffenheim who are chasing a Champions League spot. They are unbeaten in seven and have won their last three at home by 11-0.

Again Hoff are short at 1-3 so take them on the minus one handicap and double them with Fulham.

Recommended Bets

  • Aberdeen
  • McLean to score
  • Fulham -1
  • Hoffenheim -1

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