Rangers took over at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership table after an eventful weekend which saw Old Firm rivals Celtic suffer their first defeat of the season.
Aberdeen assistant boss Tony Docherty hopes the forthcoming international break can see his side’s injury problems start to ease – but they now face suspension issues.
Assistant boss Tony Docherty believes nine-man Aberdeen showed the spirit of manager Derek McInnes as they fought back to earn a 1-1 draw against Hibernian.
Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis proved a saviour for nine-man Aberdeen, who came from behind to earn a point against Hibernian in a game that exploded into life after the interval
Aberdeen defender Greg Leigh claims confidence has not been shaken by their Ibrox thrashing – because it happens to the best teams.
Aberdeen will have defender Andrew Considine back from illness for the Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Hibernian.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes expects to see a major response after their “humiliating” experience at Ibrox.
Research into a £2 million Viking-age hoard found in a field has uncovered the name of one of its original owners on a silver arm ring.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard was delighted with his team’s fluid attacking display as they enjoyed an emphatic improvement against Aberdeen.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard hailed his players for carrying out the game plan in style against Aberdeen and not getting distracted by Celtic’s slip-up.
Greg Stewart scored his first Rangers goal as his team moved one point behind Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Celtic with a 5-0 thrashing of Aberdeen.