JIM GOODWIN has taken pelters for parking the Pittodrie bus so it will be interesting to see how he approaches tonight’s visit of Rangers.
The bookies had BTTS at short odds when Celtic came calling at the weekend, based mainly on how free-scoring the Dons had been at home.
But Goodwin set up so defensively his side failed to dirty Joe Hart’s gloves as the Hoops claimed a 1-0 win.
Aberdeen surely can’t be so cagey against Gers, although trying to outplay them backfired at Ibrox when they lost 4-1 in the last meeting.
I can see it being a close game so a one-goal winning margin for either side appeals at 6/4 with McBookie while the half-time draw pays 13/10.
This is usually a fiery fixture so the card markets also look a good option, with a booking before 28 minutes paying 5/6 at Bet365.
Glen Kamara is back in the heart of midfield for Gers and looks overpriced at 4/1 for a card with the same firm.
There are Carabao Cup games down south as Premier League sides come out of cold storage.
Newcastle host Bournemouth and there should be goals, with McBookie pricing a BTTS and over 2.5 strikes bet at 115/100.
Leicester face a tricky trip to MK Dons and I fancy both teams to score here as well, a bet that pays evens with 888Sport.
- Super singles: Kamara to be carded (4/1, Bet365). One-goal winning margin at Pittodrie (6/4, McBookie).
- McBookie bet builder: Combining BTTS and over 2.5 goals at Newcastle pays 115/100.