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."