Three reasons why Caixinha should relish Sunday’s trip to Aberdeen
Rangers travel to Pittodrie on Sunday, with the massively difficult task of trying to be the first side in over 10 matches to beat Aberdeen on their own turf.
Derek McInnes’ side are in excellent form and will fancy their chances of all but ending Rangers’ quest to finish second in the Scottish Premiership this season. If they win then they’ll go 15 points clear with just 6 games remaining.
You may think that there’ll be a bit of trepidation from Pedro Caixinha and his squad heading north to face the Dons but we reckon it could be just the ticket for the new manager given what’s at stake.
It’s a chance for the Portuguese to show what his Rangers side are really all about after two disappointing draws against Motherwell and Kilmarnock.
However, the Gers have only won one away match in 2017, highlighting just how big the challenge is.
Here are THREE reasons why Caixinha should relish that challenge, not fear it…