ABERDEEN look on the up again and should beat Dundee tonight.

The Dons have come through a sticky spell to win five games in a row – with Irish trio Niall McGinn, Adam Rooney and Jonny Hayes playing major roles.

They returned from the winter break to cruise past Stranraer 4-0 in the Scottish Cup while Dundee were the only top-flight scalp to be taken as they lost 2-0 at home to St Mirren.

It was a poor show by Paul Hartley's men and they rightly head to Pittodrie as 8-1 underdogs at McBookie.

Aberdeen are 2-5 at Betfred and a win to nil pays 13-10 at boylesports. Five of the last six in the Granite City have produced that result.

Rooney and McGinn (2) were the scorers on Saturday so maybe it could be the turn of Hayes.

He is 5-2 at Betfred to score and 7-1 at bet365 to break the deadlock. Rooney is 3-1 favourite with bet365.

Bets to Consider

Aberdeen to win to nil

Hayes to score

1 Comment
  1. al1903 5 years ago

    Skybet request a bet – Aberdeen to score 2+ goals & 9+ Aberdeen corners @ 11/4

    Aberdeen tend to get alot of corners, especially at Pittodrie. With McGinn back in top form, and the ever consistent Hayes on the wings, Dundee’s defence are in for a busy night tonight!

    Also done a £5 on Hayes to score first and Aberdeen to win 3-1 @ 60/1 betvictor

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