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Celtic will be looking to claim their 10th Scottish Premiership victory away from home this season when they travel to Pittodrie to face Aberdeen on Wednesday evening.
This encounter will be the first time the Dons and the Hoops will face each other in the league without Neil Lennon or Derek McInnes in charge at either club since a 4-4 draw back in February 2010.
For the first time since 2010, Celtic will finish a campaign without any silverware after being knocked out of the Scottish Cup in the fourth round by bitter rivals Rangers, losing 2-0 at Ibrox last weekend.
An acrobatic effort from Gers midfielder Steven Davis opened the scoring just 10 minutes in, before Joe Aribo‘s cross was turned into his own net by Jonjoe Kenny, meaning the Hoops needed to overturn a two-goal deficit after half time.
Odsonne Edouard had the chance to pull one back for John Kennedy‘s side, however his spot-kick was saved by Allan McGregor. Rangers eventually held on for the victory, ending Celtic’s four-year Scottish Cup reign.
Kennedy felt that the Hoops had more than enough chances to defeat their Old Firm rivals and believes that a lack of confidence in front of goal is a contributing factor to their inconsistent form in the final third.
Celtic found the net nine time in their two previous matches, as many as they had scored in the seven games prior to this. The Hoops have also failed to score in their last two league fixtures on the road and head to Pittodrie having never drawn a blank in three consecutive top-flight away games in their history.
However, Kennedy’s side will fancy their chances of finding their groove when they face Aberdeen on Wednesday, a side who they have beaten in 11 of the last 13 meetings, drawing the other two.