Hamilton defender Michael Devlin today insisted the Premiership’s bottom club will face Aberdeen confident of ending their win streak.
The Dons travel to the SuperSeal Stadium tonight on the back of a five-game winning run, with 10 victories from 11 games in all competitions.
In contrast, Accies tumbled to the foot of the Premiership at the weekend.
Devlin pointed to Accies’ impressive home record against the Dons and reckons they can draw inspiration.
Aberdeen lost 1-0 at the stadium earlier this season and have won just once in the last four visits.
Accies also defeated Aberdeen 3-0 at the SuperSeal in the 2014-15 season.
The captain said: “We’ve got a good record against Aberdeen recently coming to the SuperSeal Stadium. We’ve beaten them this season and also beat them 3-0 a couple of years ago.
“We’ll take confidence from that.
“If we apply ourselves properly and do what we’re good at we can be a challenge for them
“It’s at a point now where we need to start winning and picking up points.”
Hamilton slipped to the foot of the table having been leapfrogged by Inverness Caley Thistle, who defeated Rangers 2-1.
“Nobody wants to be bottom of the league at any stage of the season,” said Devlin. “However, there’s plenty of football and games for us to put that right. I’ll be concerned with the league table come the end of the season.”