Anzhi Makhachkala boss Guus Hiddink has promised his side will give their all in an effort to beat Young Boys in the Europa League.
The big-spending Russian side head to Bern sitting in top spot in the Group A table and already assured of qualification for the last 32.
Their opponents are hoping to join Anzhi in the knockout stages but things are out of their hands, with Young Boys needing to better the result achieved by Liverpool against Udinese in Italy.
Hiddink told a press conference ahead of the clash: ``We are very proud that we have qualified before the last game.
``For us it is a special thing to have done in this strong and balanced group. But that does not mean that we should approach the game in Bern against Young Boys as not serious.
``For there is still a lot at stake for Young Boys. As long as you have a chance of going through, you give everything. I expect an opponent that is very committed to the cause and will be very motivated.
``In the first match in Moscow, Young Boys caused us problems. I remember well how they played in the early stages of the game and had a few chances to score.''
Anzhi came out on top on that occasion, with former Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o scoring twice in the second half to earn the Russian team a 2-0 victory.
Hiddink confirmed Eto'o and fellow forward Lacina Traore have travelled but admitted one or both may be on the bench.
He said: ``We have all the players here but I still will not specify whether both will be in the starting line-up. It may be that one or two of the young players with us gets a chance to play. But we will not make big experiments.''
Young Boys, who sit on seven points from five games alongside Liverpool, will definitely be without defender Christoph Spycher, who underwent successful surgery on his knee this week.