1.Derek McInnes’s men had recorded 17 of the previous 18 overall wins.
2.They had scored a total of six goals from the last two games alone.
3.They had kept clean sheets in five of the previous seven encounters.
4.At this stadium, the hosts registered nine of the former ten victories.
5.The visitors have not scored a single goal at this stadium in the past three years.
The Dons are on a four-match winning run (including a Europa League fixture), and would have had a 100% winning record in the league if not for a single match-up. In fact, their latest game at home had ended in a massive 6-0 win.
Meanwhile, their opposite number are one of the weakest teams in the competition this season. They have recorded a single win this campaign, and that too against the newly-promoted Dundee United.
Going on, they have conceded the most number of goals in the process, and most importantly, were winless in 14 of their previous 15 road trips.
On top of all this, they have also have a terribly inferior h2h record against this rival over the years.
By all means, expect Aberdeen to dominate proceedings from the get-go this weekend.
Aberdeen to Win @ 1.83 (5/6)
To Score in Second Half: Aberdeen @ 1.60 (3/5).