Dons midfielder Ryan Christie says the expectation to win every match is just the same at Aberdeen as it is at parent club Celtic. The 22-year-old, who returned to Pittodrie for a second loan spell in the summer, has been one of the standout performers for Derek McInnes’ side so far this season. The Reds are level on points with leaders Celtic at the top of the table after taking 13 points from a possible 15 in their opening five fixtures.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes to maintain his flawless record against Kilmarnock at Pittodrie this afternoon. Since succeeding Craig Brown four years ago, McInnes has won all 13 matches against the Ayrshire side. His team will be expected to make it 14 in a row when Lee McCulloch’s men travel north for today’s fixtures. Killie are yet to register a victory this season and have claimed only one point from their opening five fixtures.
James Forrest scored twice as Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic eased to a 4-0 win against Ross County at Parkhead. The Hoops, now unbeaten in 55 consecutive domestic games, were two ahead at the break thanks to goals from Tom Rogic and Moussa Dembele. Forrest tapped home a third seven minutes into the second period and was on the scoresheet again in the 74th minute. County have now gone six games without a win.
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Selecting a term
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