Half time Aberdeen 0 Falkirk 0Neither coach made any changes at the interval and the pattern continued as in the first period with the Dons pushing forward. A nice ball in from the left from Harvie was just out of the reach of the hard-working Maynard then the full-back won a corner which the Bairns defence dealt with. Just before the hour mark a fine move involving Antoniazzi and Harrington created a chance for Maynard but Mutch produced a fine save to keep the score nil-nil. The biggest chance of the game fell Maynard's way on 65 minutes when the striker raced clear of the Falkirk defence but Mutch stood tall and thwarted the striker with a fine save. Sam Roscoe was booked a minute later for a pull on Laverty as the Bairns front man looked to break clear. Aberdeen deservedly took the lead on 69 minutes. Danny Rogers played a clearance over the top of the Falkirk defence which Maynard ran on to before crossing for Bruce Anderson to net a spectacular diving header. A simple goal in terms of build up but one fit to grace any game. Sam Roscoe took a knock and was replaced by MacPherson on 72 minutes. Falkirk introduced Sweeney in place of Laverty. The Dons made a double switch on 75 minutes, Wells and Dangana coming on for Ball and Maynard. O'Hara had a chance to get an equaliser as the game went into the last ten minutes, but he sliced his left-footed effort well wide. And he was made to pay as Bruce Anderson doubled the Dons lead seconds later firing home from ten yards after good work by Chris Antoniazzi. With six minutes left Anderson came within inches of grabbing his hat-trick with a powerful shot which flew just over. Falkirk pushed hard for a consolation but the final whistle went to signal another Aberdeen win as they keep the pressure on Hibs at the top of the table.