Aberdeen vs Hibernian Match Review

Aberdeen vs Hibernian Match Review

November 3, 2022 Sports Betting

Aberdeen vs Hibernian Match Review

There is only one point separating Aberdeen and Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership standings as they face off against each other on Friday night at Pittodrie.

However, the hosts, who are currently in fourth place, have a game in hand on the visitors, who are seated above them, and a victory would bring them up to third place.

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Aberdeen vs Hibernian Tips and Prediction

Jim Goodwin would have been confident that his team would cause further suffering for their hosts after Aberdeen took an early lead against Rangers the last time they played.

However, it ultimately turned out to be the same tale for the Dons on the road, as they suffered a loss at Ibrox and have now given up 15 goals in six away league games this season.

Aberdeen currently have the joint-fourth worst defensive record in the division, yet despite this, they have yet to suffer back-to-back losses in the top flight this season and are still one victory away from moving up to third place.

Aberdeen has not dropped a game at home in the league since August 13 at Pittodrie, where they have 12 points from five games and 17 goals.

Bojan Miovski continues to lead the scoring statistics with eight goals, but the international for Macedonia has only registered three goals since the month of September began.

Hibs, however, enter this match having, significantly, returned to winning ways last weekend after previously suffering three consecutive losses.

That came after a four-game winning streak, but given the style of their victory against rivals St. Mirren, a return of five victories from eight games can now be seen favorably.

Ewan Henderson came through for his team for the first time since the first weekend, contributing an assist and a goal in the space of four second-half minutes to secure all three points.

Lee Johnson’s club, nevertheless, travels a long distance to Aberdeen having dropped four of their previous five away games in the Scottish Premiership, with their lone victory coming at Ross County in last place.


Despite holding prestigious league positions, neither team has recently been playing to the best of their abilities. In light of this, we believe that both clubs will be fine with a split of points as they attempt to maintain their current position relative to one another.