'Robson will want to put right what happened at Pittodrie'

BBC Scotland pundit Rory Loy says that Aberdeen will be out for revenge when they face PAOK in the Conference League on Thursday.

Barry Robson's side were 2-0 up against the Greek side in October, but conceded three goals in the final 17 minutes to lose 3-2.

"I think it'll be a case for Barry Robson and his side wanting to put right what happened at Pittodrie a couple of weeks ago," Loy said.

"There's still an outside chance they could qualify, so I don't think it's time to ring the changes. Get your best players on the pitch and see if they can get you in a position to win the game.

"Maybe [the game at Pittodrie] opened up PAOK's eyes to just how good Aberdeen can be. They will be keen to top the group, and know now that Aberdeen can cause a threat - both teams will want to start quickly."