Aberdeen and Rangers could share the spoils
Second place up for grabs
Sky Sports Football, 7.45pm Tuesday
With doubts hanging over both sides, backing the draw makes the most appeal in a heated encounter that should be feisty.
The Dons have frozen again and again when it really matters this season and, despite Rangers' stuttering campaign, the Ibrox side have won three out of three against them.
Having said that, it's hard to have faith in a Rangers side who were annihilated by Celtic, look demoralised and were poor on Saturday despite edging past Kilmarnock.
Neither side are blessed with strikers on form either and it could be a low-scoring, tight affair.
1pt 12-5 general
The Dons welcome back Kenny McLean from suspension.
The visitors are without goalkeeper Wes Foderingham, Ryan Jack and Bruno Alves.
Aberdeen have taken zero points from a possible 18 in their meetings against the Old Firm this season.
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