Neil Cooper is hoping his Inverurie Locos team and Fraserburgh can shine under the Friday night lights in the Scottish Cup.
The Railwaymen host the Broch at Harlaw Park in the Scottish Cup first round.
Rather than play on Saturday, the match has been moved forward to Friday evening in the hope of attracting a big crowd to the exciting tie.
Locos boss Cooper hopes both teams can serve up a cracker.
He said: “Our chairman Mike Macaulay and Fraserburgh chairman Finlay Noble thought on the Friday we might attract a bigger crowd.
“Hopefully, that will be the case, because it is an interesting and exciting game.
“It will be a good game for the fans and, hopefully, some neutrals will come along to watch it as well.
“Hopefully, we can show the Highland League at its best with a good game and it would be great for the league if we could get a good attendance on the night.”
This season, Cooper is hoping to see an improvement from his side in cup competitions.
Last campaign, they fell at the first hurdle in every cup they played in.
While this term, they lost in the first round of the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup to Banks o’ Dee.
Cooper knows it will be hard against the Broch but believes Friday’s clash can be the start of a Scottish Cup run.
He added: “The thing that let us down last year was that we didn’t do so well in the cups.
“We were unlucky in a couple of competitions. In the Scottish Cup last year, we played Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale and we were 2-0 down and came back to 2-2.
“But we lost to a screamer right at the end – that was unlucky that day.
“In the Aberdeenshire Cup, we were 2-0 up against Deveronvale but I had to make changes and they came back to 2-2 and we lost 3-2 in extra-time.
“We’ve got a hard game on Friday against Fraserburgh.
“In the Scottish Cup, you hope to play a team outwith the Highland League and we played Fraserburgh in the Irn-Bru Cup preliminary round as well.
“They’re a good side and they know we’re a good side, so it’s about who turns up on the night.”