ABERDEEN can restore Scottish football's battered pride by beating Siroki Brijeg tonight.
Already the Dons are our the Premiership's sole survivors in the Europa League after Rangers and St Johnstone fell at the first hurdle.
Derek McInnes has set his sights on the group stage and while that's a tall order his men should be too strong for the Bosnians who finished their season with one win in eight.
They do though have two competitive games under their belts having beaten Kazakhs Ordabasy 2-0 on aggregate in the previous round.
McInnes boosted the Dons by knocking back a move to England and while he has lost the likes of Jonny Hayes, Peter Pawlett, Ash Taylor and Niall McGinn he has brought in Greg Stewart, Greg Tansey and Nicky Maynard as well as Ryan Christie on a permanent deal.
The man Siroki will have to stop is Adam Rooney who is 15-4 at McBookie to score first and 11-10 to net at any time.
An alternative to the hitman could be Christie at 13-2 while midfielder Kenny McLean is decent value at 15-4 to score.
The Dons have lost just one of their last nine home European ties and are a best 1-2 with McBookie to take a lead to Bosnia.
Their visitors drew 0-0 in Kazakhstan and will again be looking to keep it tight so Aberdeen to win to nil has a chance at 11-8 with McBookie as does under 2.5 match goals at 5-6 with McBookie.
A 2-0 win would perfect for the Dons and that pays 6-1 at McBookie while a 1-0 success is 11-2 with the Scots firm.
Aberdeen to win to nil
McLean to score