Aberdeen and St Johnstone are in Europa League action this evening, with the second legs of the first-round qualifiers taking place.
The Dons are up against Shkendija at Pittodrie, having drawn 1-1 in Macedonia a week ago, and are bidding to set up a meeting with Rijeka of Croatia in the next round.
Aberdeen striker Adam Rooney said: "Anyone at the game last week would have seen how technical they are, and how well they work the ball, so we have to be on our game.
“They caused us a few problems so we will be well aware of them. Hopefully, with the away goal and the crowd behind us, we can take care of them."
Saints trail Alashkert of Armenia 1-0 going into their match at McDiarmid Park and the winners will play Kairat Almaty of Kazakhstan or Red Star Belgrade in qualifying round two.
St Johnstone midfielder David Wotherspoon said: "We underperformed over there and I think, with a good performance, we can get through to the next round.
“We didn't know much about them going into the game, apart from a few clips, but they showed they are a decent side. They kept the ball well and were very sharp."