The major downside is that there aren’t any fans inside the pitch, but that won’t stop the action from being as exciting as ever.
The clashes between Aberdeen and Rangers are always captivating and both Steven Gerrard and Derek McInnes will have their teams ready.
Ryan Edmondson joined Aberdeen on loan from Leeds United on Friday and he starts on the bench with Sam Cosgrove and Curtis Main injured. Bruce Anderson leads the line.
For Rangers, Leon Balogun wins his first start and there is also a place in the squad for Alfredo Morelos who is wanted by Lille but his Gerrard trusts his talismanic striker.
Aberdeen: Lewis, Hernandez, Taylor, McKenna, Considine, Ojo, Ferugosn, Bryson, Hayes, Kennedy, Anderson
Submarines: Cerny, Logan, Hoban, Cambell, McGeouch, McLennan, Hedges, McGinn, Edmondson
Rangers: McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Balogun, Barisic, Kamara, Jack, Aribo, Hagi, Kent, Morelos
Sous-marins: McLaughlin, Bassey, Edmundson, Helander, Murphy, Patterson, Barker, Stewart, Arfield
Stay tuned for all the buildup, action, and reaction from Pittodria.