Scotland U21s take on Iceland at Pittodrie Stadium tonight looking to bounce back from Saturday's defeat to France with a win.
Victory would see Ricky Sbragia's side go within four points of the Group 3 leaders with two games in hand.
Iceland have forged a fearsome reputation at Under-21 level and haven't lost in over a year. Here's all you need to know about tonight's opponents:
Last game: Drew 1-1 with Northern Ireland (H)
Euros best: Group stage 2011
Star Player: Elias Mar Omarsson (Valarenga) – after impressing at local side Keflavik the 20-year old was snapped up by Norwegian side Valerenga in February 2015. Since then he’s scored 3 goals in 7 games and made two appearances for the senior Iceland team.
Iceland currently top Group 3 with two wins (France and Macedonia) and a draw (Northern Ireland) and are already belaying their Pot D status. Much like their men’s A team, Iceland U21s have improved dramatically in recent years and are undefeated since March 2014. Manager Eyjólfur Sverrisson is passing down his experience of top flight football with Vfb Stuttgart and Hertha BSC and building a team that works hard for each other, without requiring any individual brilliance. That said, Aalesunds FK pair Daniel Leo Gretarsson and Aron Elís Þrándarson form a solid link between defence and midfield.
Tomorrow's game will kick-off at 5.45pm and tickets will be available on the door priced at £8 for adults and just £2 for Under 16s/Concessions. Come along and give the boys your support!