Caley Thistle midfielder Nick Ross believes new signing Edward Ofere can play a pivotal part in helping Caley Thistle qualify for European football for the first time.
Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Jack is adamant his team will bounce back strongly from their 4-0 defeat by Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic at Parkhead.
Ross County made it three wins out of three with a hard fought 1-0 win against Dundee at Victoria Park. A gritty, determined display earned Jim McIntyre’s side all three points in a pulsating encounter but the Staggies fully merited their victory. Full match report.
Aberdeen’s hopes of challenging Celtic for the Scottish Premiership title suffered a major blow after they were beaten 4-0 by the league leaders at Parkhead.
Well, if this doesn’t confirm that this afternoon is a big match, we’re not sure what does! Rod Stewart has taken his seat at Celtic Park.
Derek McInnes has spoken of his interest in Andrew Driver and confirmed the winger will train with Aberdeen again next week.
Aberdeen take on Celtic at Parkhead today in the most important Premiership match of the season and we are here to keep you updated throughout the game.
This afternoon promises to provide the biggest game of the SPFL Premiership season to date as second place Aberdeen take on league leaders Celtic, with just three points separating the sides.
Celtic v Aberdeen - a fixture that has seen the men from the east end of Glasgow netting more than their fair share of goals in recent years - a fair few fours, a couple of fives and even a nine spring to mind.
Motherwell substitute Lionel Ainsworth netted a late winner as Caley Thistle suffered a first defeat in 2015.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes says his Celtic counterpart Ronny Deila is wrong to suggest the Dons' hopes of a first title for 30 years will be over if they lose at Parkhead tomorrow.
Aberdeen face a crucial 90 minutes at Parkhead when they take on Celtic on Sunday.
Elgin City captain Jamie Duff believes the increased competition for places is behind the club's surge up League 2.
Peterhead manager Jim McInally believes his side can bring rejuvenated Morton's unbeaten run to an end today.
Former Aberdeen manager Sir Alex Ferguson insists Parkhead will hold no fear for the Dons when they face champions Celtic tomorrow.
Donervorn Daniels broke the party line at Pittodrie yesterday by claiming Aberdeen are serious about preventing Celtic winning a fourth consecutive league championship.
Ross County will be looking to record their third win in a row when they host Dundee tomorrow.
Caley Thistle can further strengthen their hold on third place while helping Highland rivals Ross County when they visit Motherwell tomorrow.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes hopes to sign two of his three trialists as he narrows his search for Billy Mckay's successor.
Ross County go in search of a hat-trick of victories for the first time this season tomorrow but manager Jim McIntyre insists if they beat Dundee he will still not be ready to label his team consistent.
Derek McInnes believes there will still be plenty of twists and turns in the Scottish Premiership title race whatever the score at Celtic Park on Sunday.
Defender Graeme Shinnie insists he will be giving maximum effort to the Caley Thistle cause as they chase European football.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is confident the Scottish Premiership's most creative player Niall McGinn has the ability to unlock the league's best defence at Parkhead on Sunday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists it is premature to talk of Sunday's match at champions Celtic being a title decider for his team.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is determined to make Victoria Park a venue to be feared by opposition.
Elgin City manager Jim Weir has challenged his side to move level on points with fifth-placed Berwick Rangers in League 2 tonight.
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre has warned his players they still have plenty of work to do to remain in the top flight.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes says young attacker Calum Ferguson will be given further opportunities to make the attacking position his own.
Caley Thistle captain Graeme Shinnie reckons the outcome of tonight's Scottish Premiership game at Dundee United will shape his side's season.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists Parkhead will hold no fears for his players this weekend.
Ross County picked up a vital three points at Firhill on Saturday to move off the bottom of the table and help bolster their chances of avoiding relegation from the Scottish Premiership.
Caley Thistle squandered the lead three times in an entertaining encounter at the Caledonian Stadium, eventually having to settle for a 3-3 draw against Kilmarnock.