New Tinto Park, Kick-off: 2pm
Rangers host Aberdeen as both sides look to improve on the first half of the season.
Rangers’ season had started well, winning four out of their six opening games and looking they could possibly challenge for the top two places. But since beating Forfar Farmington on the 1st May, they’ve failed to take a single point and now sit in fifth place.
They will be looking to restart the second half of the season with a win, and they face an Aberdeen side two points behind them.
Aberdeen themselves have a new management team with Allan Smith having stepped down. Stefan Laird and his new coaches had worked with Aberdeen’s U20s and have talked about playing attacking football.
A win today would be the perfect start, and would see them overtake Rangers into fifth – and possibly close the gap on the top four.