Aberdeen and Ross County drew 2-2 in a behind-closed-doors bounce game at Cormack Park on Saturday.
Top-flight clubs were given the green light by the Scottish Government to hold friendlies on Friday as they stepped up preparations ahead of the 2020-21 season kicking off on August 1.
Bruce Anderson had given the Dons a two-goal advantage but second-half strikes from Regan Charles-Cook and Billy Mckay levelled matters.
Elsewhere, Dundee United started life under new boss Micky Mellon with a 1-0 defeat by Motherwell.
Former Caley Thistle forward Jordan White scored the only goal of the game on his first appearance in the claret and amber when he tapped home after Harry Robinson’s shot hit the crossbar.
Ex-Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox was also in action for Well following his move from Partick Thistle.
Mellon said: “I wanted to come away without any injuries and learn more about the group.”
Hibernian and St Mirren played out a 1-1 draw at East Mains.
Ryan Porteous made his first appearance for Hibernian since suffering a serious knee injury against Dundee United in January.
He played 45 minutes without any problems with Hibs fielding two separate teams for each half. New signings Kevin Nisbet and Alex Gogic did not feature but new arrival from St Johnstone Drey Wright played the second half.
Jay Henderson opened the scoring for the Buddies with Wright setting up Jamie Gullan for the equaliser.