KEEPER Joe Lewis is confident Aberdeen will show their character against Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday.
“We played against a good team in Celtic and probably gave them too much respect in the first-half. And we paid the price for that.
“If we had been more aggressive and positive in that period it could have been a different game. But, unfortunately, that wasn’t the case.”
“For the opening goal, we allowed Tom Rogic on to his left foot a bit too easily and when you have a player of that quality, he is going to find the corner.
“When you play against good opposition they don’t need too many chances and, unfortunately, they put them away.
“When they got to 2-0 up, it was a long way back.
“Rangers is a huge game and we need to be right at it at Ibrox.”
This will be the Pittodrie side’s first visit to Govan since 2012 and victory could see them reclaim second place with two games in hand.