The crowd as well — we have to think of the fans. At 3pm, more people come and it would be a bigger game.
Eboue Kouassi is back training after serious knee ligament damage suffered last October, though he will not feature before the summer break. Ryan Christie continues to be sidelined after an injury when these sides last met. Click here to see more offers for the game, including goalscoring markets, correct score predictions and more.
Less than three weeks after the feisty Scottish Cup semi-final clash between the pair, which saw Aberdeen play the last 20 minutes down to nine men after Lewis Ferguson was dismissed, following first-half red card recipient Dominic Ball down the tunnel, the teams meet again.
Celtic ran out comfortable winners in that encounter, but it came at a cost as Ryan Christie suffered a serious facial injury against his former club, rendering him absent for the rest of the season.
The memory of this will give the Glasgow side all the more fuel to go on and win the game.
A symbolic goal from No. Fans with a belief in fate will, therefore, be looking for a decisive strike in the 84th minute. Meanwhile, Aberdeen are seeking to get back on track after a loss away to Ibrox last weekend, which came of the back of defeats to Celtic and Kilmarnock — all controversial fixtures, with six red cards shown in total.