ABERDEEN boss Derek McInnes has urged his players to maintain their good Pittodrie form against Motherwell tomorrow night.
It is the Dons’ third home Premiership game in eight days following their 5-1 win over Kilmarnock on Tuesday and the goalless draw against St Johnstone at the weekend.
McInnes is eager for his team to close the gap to second-placed Rangers to a single point.
He said: “We’ve only lost to Celtic at Pittodrie this season, so we do feel we’re strong at home. I think that’s why we were disappointed with the draw against Saints – we expect to win here, no matter the opponent.
“We’ll go again on Tuesday to try to win the game that takes us a point behind second.
“I think December will give an indication where teams are going to be.
“Hopefully, we can gather enough points come the end of it to be happy with our work over the first half of the season.”