PREVIEW: ABERDEEN - RANGERS
Carlos Bocanegra and Maurice Edu travel to Aberdeen where they look to extend their winning streak away from home.
Their run sits at 13 games having won in every game on foreign soil. Rangers have gone undefeated in every one of their last six games, including an international friendly against English Premier League giants Liverpool. Rangers will continue to be without Kyle Bartley and Jamie Ness however through injury.
Aberdeen have been on a stretch of their own, though they do not bode well with the power houses of Scottish Premier League soccer. Aberdeen has only lost twice in their last six games, against second and third place Motherwell and Celtic, respectively. Aberdeen will be without Ryan Jack who picked up two yellow cards in Saturday's 2-1 loss at Celtic.
Alejandro Bedoya will be looking for a place on the bench for Rangers.