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Rangers and Aberdeen are locked in a battle for second place in the Scottish Premiership and with just three points separating the sides as things stand, this fight looks set to go right down to the wire.

To all intents, Celtic are now over the horizon in the Premiership title race with a lead of eight points over the best of the rest. Aberdeen sit second at the moment with Rangers three points behind the Dons and Hibernian next in the table some five points adrift of the Light Blues.

Rangers have been enduring a pretty turbulent season thus far and now that Pedro Caixinha has departed for pastures new the hunt will soon be on for a new man at the helm with Graeme Murty in charge until the end of 2017/18. Derek McInnes was a likely candidate for the managerial position at Ibrox although he decided to stay put at Pittodrie, this decision prompting Rangers to state that the vacant position was likely too big for the Dons boss, a comment which will be enough to add spice to this midweek fixture between the two sides.

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Aberdeen got the better of their rivals at Ibrox in the penultimate fixture of 2016/2017, however since then it has been Rangers which have had the edge with Murty doing enough to steady the ship following some hugely disappointing results earlier in the campaign. Indeed there is a distinct possibility that the interim boss will be handed the reins on a more permanent capacity and a win over the Dons on Wednesday evening would certainly help his prospects. We believe that he can give the home fans cause for celebration by lifting Rangers level on points with the Dons on Wednesday evening and further enhance his own chances of becoming manager after the end of the season.

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