The Aberdeen team is making one of the best campaigns in this edition of the Scottish Premiership so far, reaching this twenty-second day almost a month after the last round, with a record that allows it to have an advantage of 11 points for the Second half of the table. Therefore, the qualification for the championship round is very well channeled. In the last four games, Aberdeen only lost when he visited Celtic (1-2), and after that defeat he won the reception at Livingston (2-1) and drew in the visit to Hearts by (1-1), in the last game of 2019. Last weekend, Derek McInnes’s team suffered to qualify, but ended up guaranteeing qualification in the fourth round of the FA Cup, with a 1-0 victory against Dumbarton, a team of The third division of Scottish football.
With a campaign that has exceeded all expectations to date, Motherwell continues with a campaign just below the two title contenders, Celtic and Rangers. In the third place, with one point more than Aberdeen, the team in charge of Stephen Robinson was surprised on the last day, before the end of 2019, in which he lost at home against Hamilton, 2-1, seeing, by therefore, a streak interrupted with two consecutive victories, both away from home, against Kilmarnock (1-0) and Ross County (2-1). Last weekend, Motherwell secured the qualification for the fifth round of the Scottish Cup, winning easily on the ground of Dundee, second division, 3-0. A win that guaranteed the goal of advancing in the FA Cup and made the team enter 2020 with the right foot.