Aberdeen currently sit fourth in the Scottish Premiership, and had three games left to play until the split.
The Dons had gained ground on Motherwell with their last result – a 3-1 victory over Hibs at Easter Road – and a solitary point separates the sides in the table.
Derek McInnes and Stephen Robinson’s sides were due to meet last Friday, but the SPFL suspended football in Scotland amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Football seems set to take a backseat for a good while, as measures are put in place to control the fast-spreading disease, and it remains to be seen whether the current season will be able to resume.
Aberdeen had had a decent campaign up until the suspension, but what were the Dons best three results?
3-0 win vs Motherwell at Fir Park (19/10/19)
This was a brilliant result for Aberdeen back in October.
The Dons were comprehensive in their victory over The Well at Fir Park using a 5-4-1 system, and it was a result few saw coming with Robinson’s side flying high at the time.
Sam Cosgrove, Niall McGinn and Zak Vyner were on target for the visitors, with the former’s chipped finish particularly pleasing on the eye.
3-0 win vs Kilmarnock at Pittodrie (02/11/19)
Aberdeen meant business against Kilmarnock, who couldn’t really get anywhere near the Dons at Pittodrie and were fielding a makeshift defence.
Curtis Main, Sam Cosgrove and Scott McKenna were the scorers for the hosts and in truth, it could have been a much bigger scoreline – Cosgrove hitting the post and two penalty shouts being waved away in the later stages.
The three points came after Aberdeen had opened their £12 million training complex, topping the week off just nicely.
2-2 draw with Rangers at Pittodrie (04/12/19)
Aberdeen went into December’s Premiership match with Rangers remember the 5-0 drubbing at Ibrox earlier in the season, and seemingly used that to battle their way to a point at Pittodrie.
Rangers went 2-0 up inside half an hour through Scott Arfield and Ryan Jack, but the hosts showed great character to quickly get back level through Jon Gallagher and Andy Considine.
Rangers were in excellent form at that point and were breathing down Celtic’s neck at the summit, but the Dons battled hard to hold Steven Gerrard’s in-form side.