Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has plenty of confidence in his team that they will be able to win at Ibrox for the third time this season.
McInnes heads to Glasgow for the last time this season when Aberdeen take on Rangers on Sunday. McInnes believes that his players can once again win in Glasgow.
“Always felt confident”
“We want to put our best foot forward and I’ve always felt confident going into these types of games” he told the Press and Journal.
“As a manager it’s great to be able to rely on these players and it has been a real benefit to us this season.”
McInnes’ Aberdeen side have beaten Rangers on three occasions in Glasgow this season, in three different competitions.
Interestingly enough, they failed to win at Pittodrie in the three meetings at that venue.
Put down a marker
Aberdeen are highly unlikely to finish second in the Premiership this season. However, recording a fourth win over Rangers this season would put down a marker for next season.
The likes of Scott McKenna, Lewis Ferguson and Connor McLennan have all shone against Rangers this season. McInnes will be relying on those players once more when they face Rangers for the final time this season.
Aberdeen have already shown they know how to play against the Ibrox side this season. It would be no shock to see them once more triumph in Glasgow on Sunday.