Aberdeen v Kilmarnock Match Preview & Best Odds

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Aberdeen v Kilmarnock Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm UK Time, Wednesday 6th December 2023

 

Aberdeen and Kilmarnock will both be looking to bounce back from weekend defeats to sides from the capital when they lock horns with each other at Pittodrie tonight.

Aberdeen sit third from bottom in the Scottish Premiership table after thirteen rounds of fixtures, the Dons having played at least two games less than the sides immediately above them in the league table but collecting just a single point from their last three Premiership outings. Manager Barry Robson will be feeling the pressure right now and with a winless run across competitions now standing at five games, three points would be very welcome when Kilmarnock pay a visit tonight.

Aberdeen secured a place in this season’s Europa Conference League on account of their third-placed finish in the Scottish Premiership last term, however the Dons have failed to register a single win in their five matches in the competition and this dismal showing has been reflected on the domestic front where they have won just three of their thirteen league games.

Midweek opponents Kilmarnock sit in seventh position in the Premiership table although they are just four points ahead of the Dons and have played two games more than Robson’s men. Derek McInnes will be relishing the chance to put one over on his former employers and thus ending a four-game winless run during which the Ayrshire side have collected just a single point.

Having failed to win any of their opening seven away games in the league, Kilmarnock aren’t fancied to get anything here and we envisage McInnes’ return to Aberdeen being a rather unhappy one. The Dons have failed to win any of their last five across competitions but they have produced some solid displays along the way, therefore we’ll be siding with them to edge their way to three points in this one.

 

Back Aberdeen to win and both teams to score at best odds of 4/1