Aberdeen beat Hibernian 1-0 thanks to a super Gary Mackay-Steven striker as they moved up to fifth place in the Scottish Premiership.
Dons boss Derek McInnes made one change to the side which beat Kilmarnock 2-1 on Saturday with Stevie May replacing Dominic Ball, who dropped to the bench.
Hibs boss Neil Lennon made four changes to his side with Florian Kamberi returning from suspension while Darren McGregor, Ryan Porteous and Vykintas Slivka also returned to the starting line-up.
The windy conditions made for a challenging evening for both teams and goalmouth chances were slow in coming in a difficult first half for the sides.
But when a breakthrough came it was worth waiting for as Dons winger Gary Mackay-Steven intercepted a poor Ryan Porteous pass before striding forward and beating Adam Bogdan with a powerful drive from 25 yards to give his side the lead just before the interval.
Hibs captain Mark Milligan had a chance to equalise at the start of the second half but he headed a corner over the crossbar from close range.
Hibs boss Neil Lennon used all his substitutes as he tried to conjure an equaliser but the Dons defence, marshalled by the excellent Mikey Devlin, stood firm to secure victory.