Aberdeen play the second leg of their Europa League third-round qualifier against Kairat Almaty at a packed Pittodrie on Thursday, kick-off 7.45pm.
The Dons lost 2-1 in Kazakhstan last week but Kenny McLean's second-half goal has given them a real chance of booking their place in Friday's draw for the play-offs.
The match is close to a 21,000 sell-out and boss Derek McInnes told the club website: "We have to utilise the crowd and get them into it as well.
"Everyone appreciates that we are playing against a good team and we are not going to get it all our own way. There has to be a measured approach - intelligence as well as passion.
"We firmly believe we can achieve the result we want to get through. We know we have to overcome a good side you saw their quality in the first leg. They still possess that quality and we need to try and make sure we limit their opportunities."