Aberdeen drew against Rangers on Tuesday, but a win over Celtic on Sunday will see them end up as Scottish Premiership runners-up.
Aberdeen are 90 minutes away from finishing the Premiership in second-place for the fourth time in a row, but Celtic stand in their way.
The Dons could only pick up a point when they clashed with Rangers during Tuesday’s night six-pointer, and with just a point lead over third-placed Gers heading into the final day of the campaign, the Pittodrie side have to win against the Hoops on Sunday or hope Hibernian avoid defeat to Rangers.
Although it’s a very big ask, Aberdeen centre-back Dominic Ball believes getting a win at Parkhead is possible, even if they have lost their last 10 games against Celtic, conceding 25 goals in the process.
“If we can play to the level we did in the first half against Rangers over 90 minutes at Celtic I feel we will have a very good chance,” the Tottenham Hotspur Academy Product told The Scottish Sun.
“I don’t know what Celtic will be thinking in terms of lifting the trophy. We’ll be focusing on ourselves to go out there and get a result.
“On the back of our run at the moment I feel we have a really good chance. There are a lot of things that could happen and variables but we are going down to Celtic to win the game.”
Rangers badly want to finish as league runners-up, and they have to overcome Hibs at Easter Road in order to do so.
New boss Steven Gerrard will be hoping that is the case in order for him to kick off his Light Blues managerial career on a more positive note.
It all goes right down to the wire on Sunday, and Rangers will be gutted should they miss out on the coveted second spot.