Celtic travel to Aberdeen on Wednesday night with designs on stretching their newfound lead over Rangers at the summit of the Scottish Premiership.
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Aberdeen vs Celtic preview
Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic side are ‘more exciting’ than the side that won consecutive trebles under Brendan Rodgers, reckons former Hoops striker Charlie Nicholas. And anyone who witnessed their first half demolition of Rangers in last week’s Old Firm win and subsequent 4-0 demolition of Motherwell will find it hard to argue otherwise.
Aberdeen could forgiven for coming into this match with some trepidation given their diabolical record against Celtic in recent years. While their home form has been one of the positives this term, boss Stephen Glass was furious with his side’s display in their 2-1 defeat to Livingston and accused his team of thinking they are better than they are.
He will be looking for a dramatic response against Celtic at Pittodrie but the bookmakers still make the home side big outsiders for the win at 5/1. Confidence levels are sky high among the league leaders who are gunning for the title, the Scottish Cup and the Europa League.
When does Aberdeen vs Celtic kick-off?
Aberdeen vs Celtic will kick off at 19:45 on Feb 9th 2022 at the Pittodrie Stadium.
Aberdeen vs Celtic team news
Aberdeen team news
Gary Woods could keep his place in goal depending on the fitness of the number one shot-stopper Joe Lewis.
Adam Montgomery made his Dons debut and left-back against Livingstone and he could end up keeping his place in the team
Aberdeen possible starting lineup:
Woods; Ramsay, McCrorie, Bates, Montgomery; Ojo, Ferguson; Hayes, Jenks, Besuijen; Ramirez
Celtic team news
Tom Rogic should retain his place in Celtic’s starting XI after he bagged a brace vs Motherwell on his return from international duty with Australia.
Daizen Maeda regained his place in the team too and also got on the scoresheet to prove his quality give Postecoglou food for thought.
Celtic possible starting lineup:
Hart; Ralston, Carter-Vickers, Starfelt, Taylor; Hatate, McGregor, Rogic; Abada, Maeda, Giakoumakis