Aberdeen take on Kairat Almaty this evening as the Dons look to qualify for the final Europa League qualifying round.
The Dons trail the Kazakh outfit 2-1 from last week’s first leg, however, Kenny McLean’s away goal gives them hope ahead of tonight’s second leg.
Pittodrie has been sold out and captain Ryan Jack believes an electric atmosphere in the stadium can help drive the Dons to victory, he said: “This is exactly what I want as a player. I want to be playing in the top competitions. For us, the Europa League is just that right now.”
Mark Reynolds continues to miss out through injury for the Dons and manager Derek McInnes is expected to make a number of changes from the team that defeated Dundee United on Sunday, with Ryan Jack and Niall McGinn both to be recalled to the starting 11, while Peter Pawlett and David Goodwillie may also return.
There will be over 20,000 Dons fans packed into Pittodrie but for those not at the stadium, we will bring you live updates throughout the match.