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Saturday, September 28, 2019 15:00

Ibrox

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Rangers Vs Aberdeen

The Rangers V Aberdeen clash that will be played on December 3 has never been a meeting that you could call boring, and this year with Aberdeen lying second behind Celtic and Rangers third; it looks like Christmas will be coming early for one of these teams. They have met at Ibrox 134 times, and the home team has won 82 games with 29 draws. However, this season saw Aberdeen winning at home by two goals to one.

This season Aberdeen have been in the top flight of Scottish football for 103 years. The Dons have a team packed with pace and in Joe Lewis have a goalkeeper that looks as reliable as anything around in the Scottish Premiership. It says a lot for the defenses in this league that with only 19 goals scored, Aberdeen are joint highest scorers behind runaway leaders Celtic.

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Two victories over the mighty Celtic, last season, kept the Dons well and truly in touch with the top spot until late on, but this season's inconsistency seems to be bugging the squad and how they are set to perform against Rangers is anyone's guess. Wes Burns and Adam Rooney look capable of unlocking any defense on their day, but the result will depend on, which Aberdeen team turns up. Will it be the speedy attacking flair of the team that recently destroyed Kilmarnock and almost pulled off a credible draw with Celtic? Or the team that dominated and then got sucker punched, that was on display at Hamilton?

Does anyone get the impression that Rangers are just happy to be back in the top flight and know that the best they can achieve is a top three finish? With only 16 goals scored and 13 conceded, the Rangers that we are experiencing this season has a long way to go before they can honestly say they are back at the top. Garner, Haliday, and Miller have scored nine goals between them, which is not setting the league on fire, and the writing was probably on the wall for this team after Celtic thrashed them in September.

The biggest problem with Rangers this season is that they can win or draw against the likes of Inverness or Ross County, but when they come up against the bigger fish, they seem unable to cope with the pressure. The supporters have been told to be patient with manager Mark Warburton, but after all of those years out of the spotlight, patience isn't a virtue that most of the supporters who turn up week after week have got. In a word, they are underwhelmed, and you have to ask yourself if victories against mediocre teams will be enough for Warburton to keep his job. The stars of the Championship winning team such as Waghorn, Tavernier, and the highly rated Niko Kranjcar seem nothing special or out of the ordinary this season. The Joey Barton incident and ongoing saga has also not brought any smiles to the grim faces of the faithful.



Yes, there is lots of time for the team to start performing, and the Aberdeen clash is going to show us about how far they have progressed. A win would keep the fans happy for now, and a draw would not be so bad. A loss, and your guess would be as good as mine as to the consequences.