Lennon says Celtic are aiming to beat Aberdeen despite needing just one point

Neil Lennon insists his Celtic side will be going all out for a win at Pittodrie on Saturday even though a draw will clinch the Ladbrokes Premiership title.

With three fixtures remaining, the Hoops only need to avoid defeat against Derek McInnes’ Aberdeen side to make it eight titles in a row – with the unprecedented domestic triple treble still a possibility – but the club’s interim boss will not send his players out on a cautionary note.

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