Aberdeen Lynx head coach Barry Carnegie is hoping fans turn out in good numbers to roar the players on against Edinburgh Capitals tonight.
The Lynx take on the Capitals in the play-off quarter-finals first leg in Aberdeen.
The last two meetings between the clubs have been close affairs with the Lynx losing 5-4 away in October and drawing 2-2 at the Aberdeen Linx Arena in December.
Lynx go into the game following their 8-0 win over Kilmarnock.
Carnegie said: “To win at anything you need to overcome the best opponents.
“Edinburgh fall into that category and although they have slipped a bit towards the end of the league season, they are still a quality side who should not be taken lightly.
“I was pleased with the performances of our squad against Kilmarnock on Saturday, and that has certainly given me a selection headache going into the play-off home leg.
“We are looking to give ourselves a chance with a good showing at home before heading to Edinburgh for the second leg next Sunday.
“We hope to see the usual great turn-out to roar the boys on into play-off success.”
Lynx take on the Capitals at the Linx with a scheduled face-off time of 7.30pm.
The under 12s and under 14s will play Belfast from 4.30pm.