Aberdeen vs Celtic prediction, preview, team news and more


Aberdeen and Celtic will fight for three points in the Scottish Premiership at kick-off on Sunday noon.

The home side entered the game after a 3-2 loss to St. Mirren last Sunday. Connor Ronan scored in both halves to guide his team to three points.

Celtic suffered a debilitating 4-0 defeat to Bayer Leverkusen at home in the Europa League on Thursday. Four different men have signed up on the Bundesliga scoresheet to leave the Bhoys rooted at the bottom of the table in group G.

Only two points separate Sunday’s opponents in the national standings. Celtic are slightly better placed in sixth place, with 10 points in seven games, while Aberdeen are two points and one place below them.

Aberdeen vs Celtic Head to Head

The two teams have faced each other 89 times in the past and Celtic have a much better record with 70 wins to their name.

Aberdeen has only claimed victory 10 times while nine matches have resulted in a share of the spoils.

One of those draws came in their last meeting, a 1-1 draw that saw Lewis Ferguson and Leon Griffiths score in each half to share the loot.

The hosts have been in poor shape and are currently on an eight-game winless streak in all competitions. Celtic are doing a little better with just one win in their last five matches in all competitions.

Aberdeen Fitness Guide (all competitions): LLLDL

Celtic shape guide (all competitions): LDWLL

Aberdeen vs Celtic Team News


Marley Watkins, Michael Devlin, Matthew Kennedy and Andrew Considine have all been sidelined with injury issues. Teddy Jenks will serve his suspension for the double warning he received against St. Mirren.

Longtime Celtic skipper Scott Brown will face his former team.

Injuries: Marley Watkins, Michael Devlin, Matthew Kennedy, Andrew Considine

Suspension: Teddy Jenks


Karamoko Dembele, Greg Taylor, James Forrest, Josip Juranovic, Michael Johnston and longtime absentee Christopher Jullien have all been ruled out due to injuries.

Injuries: Karamoko Dembele, Greg Taylor, Christopher Jullien, James Forrest, Josip Juranovic, Michael Johnston

Suspension: Nothing

Aberdeen vs Celtic Predicted XI

Aberdeen Predicts XI (4-2-3-1): Joe Lewis (GK); Jack MacKenzie, Ross McCrorie, David Bates, Calvin Ransay; Lewis Ferguson, Scott Brown; Jonathan Hayes, Matthew Longstaff, Ryan Hedges; Christian ramirez

All fans will be admitted to Pittodrie for the Celtic game, whether or not they have proof of vaccination.

Celtic Predicted XI (4-3-3): Joe Hart (GK); Anthony Ralston, Stephen Welsh, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Carl Starfelt; Ismaila Soro, Tom Rogic, David Turnbull; Albian Ajeti, Jota, Kyogo Furuhashi

Prediction Aberdeen vs Celtic

Neither side’s recent form is convincing and the fight for confidence could be reflected in their Sunday exit.

Despite their need for maximum points, the two teams are more likely to share the loot in a low-scoring draw.

Prediction: Aberdeen 1-1 Celtic

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