By Wayne Veysey

1st Apr, 2017 | 5:24am

Chris Sutton delivers dig at Rangers after Aberdeen victory, shares what Celtic fans will do

By Dominic Toner

Chris Sutton has point out the unassailable 11-point gap from Rangers to Aberdeen after Friday night’s massacre.

The Dons secured an emphatic 7-0 victory over Dundee in the league and strengthened their grip on second on the league table.

They are now on 61 points after their victory and it means that Celtic will have to wait until Sunday to be crowned league champions.

Moreover, they opened up an 11-point lead over third-placed Rangers as they look to beat them to second.

Former Celtic striker Sutton hailed the quality of Aberdeen after their win and took a dig at Rangers after they fell further behind, as cited by his personal Twitter account.

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“Even Rangers fans would respect how good Aberdeen were tonight, I’m sure,” said Sutton after hailing a “sensational” first half display.

He pointed out the gulf between the second and third placed sides, with Derek McInnes’ outfit “11 points and 27 goals” better, while the Celtic faithful “put the bucket” on ice as they wait to for their sixth consecutive title.

Rangers will now be under pressure to win their game in hand on Aberdeen, which is at home to Motherwell on Saturday.

The Gers are in pole position to obtain a European spot, but look set to miss out on second place.

They were expected to compete at the top-end of the table on their return to the top flight, but have found it challenging

Pedro Caixinha, who was appointed manager recently, will be taking charge of just his second game at the weekend.

He will be hoping his side can continue to build on the thumping 4-0 win over Hamilton in the last game.

In other Rangers news, Football Insider looks at three things to expect against Motherwell.

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