Later this evening, Shamrock Rovers take on FC Starjnan in the second leg of their Europa League qualifier at Tallaght Stadium.
The Hoops go into tonight's decider with a 1-0 lead courtesy of Gary Shaw's goal just before half time in the first leg in Iceland last week.
So a slender lead and more importantly a vital away goal could prove to be the difference in this qualifying tie but Rovers boss Stephen Bradley insists that his side must respect the visitors and realise the threat they pose.
"We have to respect them. We knew that before we went over, I went to watch them over there myself ten days ago and the first thing you notice is the set-plays.
Bradley continued, "they're dangerous, they're a physical side, they play a lot of diagonal balls and play off it so it's something you have to respect and be ready to play against."
FC Starjnan currently sit in fourth place in the Icelandic league, six points off the top while Rovers also sit fourth in the SSE Airtricity League but are 23 points behind all conquering Cork City.
Back in the 2011/2012 season, Shamrock Rovers enjoyed their most successful European run, facing Tottenham Hotspur, Rubin Kazan and Greek side PAOK.
Bradley thinks it was a great time for the club but the new brigade now involved in the club need to ensure special European nights return to Tallaght.
"It's great for the club, the supporters and it's up to us now as a new group of players and staff to try and get these nights back. We need to go and respond to that and make sure we're ready to go."
98FM Sport's Jamie Moore will reporting from Tallaght Stadium. Kick-off is at 20:00.