Aberdeen’s home form must improve if they are to finish third in the Premiership.
Tomorrow’s Scottish Cup replay against Kilmarnock is crucial for Aberdeen if they are to make it an exciting end to the season.
It’s a blow for Aberdeen to be without Funso Ojo for the Scottish Cup replay against Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes must retain faith with striker Sam Cosgrove, despite the goal drought.
Tony Docherty launched a passionate defence of Derek McInnes last week after some members of the Red Army called for him to leave Aberdeen.
Aberdeen’s deadline day signing Ronald Hernandez is an unknown quantity to me and probably most of the Red Army.
Both James Wilson and Stephen Gleeson’s time with Aberdeen was disappointing.
Aberdeen’s point at Ibrox needs to be the catalyst for a strong run of form.
I think Matty Kennedy’s debut was a decent enough start to his Aberdeen career and I expect him to get better.
Aberdeen's performance in Paisley against St Mirren was pretty consistent with the rest of their season.
I personally don’t think we’re in a situation where Derek McInnes’ role as Aberdeen manager should be under threat.
New York Red Bulls and other clubs tracking Sam Cosgrove will have to stump up big money to secure him in January.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen’s Red Shed initiative deserves applause – now let’s trust fans to drink at Scottish games
Aberdeen should be applauded for introducing the Red Shed initiative in the Merkland Road Stand for the Scottish Cup tie.
Willie Miller: Aberdeen will have been reminded they can’t be complacent against Dumbarton in Scottish Cup
Aberdeen’s focus will quickly shift from Dubai to Dumbarton as they ramp up their preparations for this weekend’s Scottish Cup tie.
Recently a number of managers in Scotland, including Derek McInnes, have called for Video Assistant Referee (VAR) to be introduced in Scotland.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and his players will be kicking themselves at a missed opportunity against Hearts.
The controversial decision to send off Aberdeen’s leading scorer Sam Cosgrove is a difficult one to call.
All things considered, Aberdeen’s 1-0 win over Hamilton at a cold Pittodrie was a good three points.
Derek McInnes will have been delighted to get 45 minutes into Funso Ojo on his return from a hamstring tear.
James Wilson has returned to the Aberdeen starting line-up for the last two matches.
On the back of the two painful games against Rangers and Celtic in the Premiership so far, Derek McInnes will demand his players are competitive against the Gers at Pittodrie on Wednesday night.
Saturday's game between Aberdeen and St Mirren at Pittodrie was quite a strange one – and the Dons will have to be much better to beat Rangers on Wednesday evening.
Willie Miller: Cyprus was decent, but we can do better with Aberdeen’s McKenna and Devlin paired up at back
Steve Clarke should consider giving clubmates Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin a run out together for Scotland.
Scotland finish off European Championship qualifying Group I with a double header against Cyprus and Kazakhstan.
Aberdeen’s victory against Ross County means they have come through a potentially tricky period with flying colours.
Striker Curtis Main grabbed his chance to impress against Kilmarnock but could still face more frustration on the bench.
After a patchy start to the season Aberdeen are producing a level of performance that should give hope for the campaign.
It’s so important for Aberdeen to put a run together in the sequence of games they have coming up.
I must admit, I wasn’t expecting Aberdeen to come out and perform like they did against Celtic.
The decision to play defenders Greg Leigh and Zak Vyner in holding midfield against Motherwell was a tactical masterstroke from Derek McInnes.