ABERDEEN have asked the SPFL for a 50-50 split of Hampden for Betfred League Cup Fnal against Celtic at Hampden on November 27.
The Dons took just over 11,000 with a sparse crowd at the national stadium for Saturday’s 2-0 semi-final win over Championship side Morton.
The decision to play the game in Glasgow was criticised with the travelling Pittodrie fans who had to make the 150-mile trip for a 12.15pm kick off.
Aberdeen will make that point at a meeting today to discuss ticket allocation and prices for the showpiece against the Hoops next month.
It was argued the split handed Rangers an unfair advantage for a game they went on to win 4-0 and the Dons are desperate to avoid their fans being outnumbered again.
Derek McInnes’ team took around 40,000 to Celtic Park when they lifted the League Cup after a penalty shoot-out win over Inverness Caley Thistle and are confident there will be huge demand for next month’s Final.