Dons boss Derek McInnes is confident his players will keep their cool in the 30C heat in Tbilisi against FC Chikhura Sachkhere tonight.
Despite a late kick off at 8.45pm local time the temperature is expected to be searing with high humidity.
McInnes insists he has previous experience of dealing with high temperatures in Europe in counties like Croatia, Kazakhstan and Macedonia.
He believes it will not pose a problem in the Europa League second qualifying round first leg tie.
Midfielders Funso Ojo and Craig Bryson are both in contention to make their debuts in Georgia tonight.
McInnes said: “It feels humid enough and the kick-off time being pushed back may help things. We played in similar conditions in Macedonia, Kazakhstan and in Rijeka in Croatia which was probably the worst of them all in terms of that side of it.
“It is another challenge and an obstacle put in front of the team at this stage when we are still searching for that top fitness. However we have shown in the past that has never really hampered us.
“I hope this time that will not hamper us as once the ball rolls we will see our competitive side. You just have to deal with the outside factors – whether that is an Astro pitch or hot conditions. The game is too important to be worrying or dwelling on that.”
The Georgian capital and the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena has been a graveyard for Scottish football hopes in recent years.
Scotland lost 1-0 at the stadium in 2015 and 2-0 in 2007 to kill qualification bids for Euro 2008 and 2016.
McInnes is determined there will be no Tbilisi pain for his side in a match set to have less than 1,000 fans at a 54,500 capacity stadium.
He said: “We are very mindful of the Scotland team coming here and being undone. This game is over two legs for us and we don’t expect to win the tie in the first leg. But we certainly don’t want to be out of the tie in the first leg.
“We have to get the balance between attacking and defending right against a capable side and try to take a positive result back to Aberdeen.”