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Philippe Clement told his Rangers squad weakness has not been tested as Aberdeen shown where weak spot is found

Willie Miller believes there is still a nervousness around Rangers that Aberdeen need to try and test this weekend.

Philippe Clement is unbeaten as Ibrox boss but the Dons legend is looking for his old side to give his Light Blues the ultimate test on Sunday. The Dons have already beaten Rangers at Ibrox, under Michael Beale, and Miller reckons if they could do it again it would set things up nicely ahead of next month’s Viaplay Cup final.

Miller said: “A lot has changed with Rangers since Aberdeen beat them at Ibrox two months ago. That loss to Aberdeen was the final game under Michael Beale who was axed as Rangers manager and subsequently replaced by Philippe Clement. Rangers have hit winning form under the guidance of Clement. It can be difficult to assess Rangers at the moment. Since Clement’s arrival, Clement seems to have given the Ibrox club more confidence and belief.

"However, Aberdeen must test that as I don’t think it is a given the whole situation has been turned around at Rangers just because a new manager has delivered some wins. There is still that nervousness with Rangers which needs to be tested.

“Aberdeen tested it at Ibrox after the first half hour in the very impressive victory earlier this season. Dons supporters will be looking for something along the same lines at Pittodrie.”

Miller also knows Aberdeen need to kick their own league campaign into gear, as they are sitting just two points off the bottom. He added: “Aberdeen must be inspired by their sensational 3-1 win at Ibrox when facing Rangers again at the weekend.

“Despite that memorable victory, the Dons are languishing ninth in the Premiership table which is an unacceptable position. There is no better way to kick-start the Premiership