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Tuesday, 11 December, 2018

Dundee have chance to avenge demolition against Aberdeen

Dons won 7-0 at Dens Park in March

Derek McInnes is staying in Aberdeen
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Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership
BT Sport 1, 7.45pm Friday

Dundee were demolished 7-0 by Aberdeen last season, but the Dark Blues won't get a better chance to claim revenge against a Dons team who have looked in disarray.

The on-off saga of Dons boss Derek McInnes's move to Rangers has resulted in Aberdeen going off the rails completely, culminating in two lamentable capitulations in a row against the Ibrox side.

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Their players seem to have been unsettled by the uncertainty although the Dons announced last night that McInnes is set to stay.

Meanwhile, Neil McCann's side being full of confidence after two wins in a row.

Aberdeen have better players, but Dundee must feel they have a great opportunity to grab at least a point.

Recommendation
Dundee or draw double chance
1pt 19-20 bet365

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Team news
Dundee are set to welcome back striker Sofien Moussa. Keeper Scott Bain won't be considered due to a club disciplinary situation and James McPake, Craig Wighton and Lewis Spence are all long-term injuries.

Aberdeen welcome back Ryan Christie from suspension. Gary Mackay-Steven and Greg Tansey are doubts.

Key stat
Aberdeen have won just once in the last five games.


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