For the Dons, the season continues to stutter as they struggle to find consistency while the pressure mounts on manager Derek McInnes.
The good news just keeps coming for Livingston boss David Martindale. Not only did his team beat St Mirren last weekend to reach the League Cup final, but his team's Scottish Premiership form continues to be excellent.
Livi have not lost a game since Martindale took over from Gary Holt in November, winning 10 of 12 matches in all competitions.
The only games that the Lions have failed to win have both been draws against Celtic, and they head into the weekend on the back of a fine 2-0 home win over Kilmarnock in midweek.
There has been other good news for Martindale too, with the Livi boss being certified as a 'fit and proper' person to work in football following an SFA investigation.
Martindale has served a prison sentence for organised crime activities in the past, but he has successfully put that behind him.
The contrast with Derek McInnes is pretty sharp right now, with Aberdeen fans reportedly unhappy with how the Dons' season is progressing.
The Dons were hammered by Ross County less than two weeks ago, and have not exactly set the heather alight since then.
A solid 2-0 home win over Motherwell, who were reduced to 10 men in the 48th minute of the game, was followed by an underwhelming midweek goalless draw at St Johnstone.
Things are not looking especially positive behind the scenes at the club either, with chairman Dave Cormack reportedly set to apply for a government crisis loan to cover a COVID-19 related shortfall in the club's finances.
The recent announcement that forward Scott Wright will depart for Rangers at the end of the season has also caused consternation among fans.
McInnes needs to win to get some sense of momentum back into his team's season, so facing a team as confident as Livi right now is far from ideal.
Livingston Scottish Premiership form: WWWDDW
Livingston form (all competitions): WWDDWW
Aberdeen Scottish Premiership form: WDLLWD
David Martindale has a strong hand when it comes to selection this weekend, with no new additions to the injury or suspension list.
For Aberdeen, Tommie Hoban should be available again after leaving the action early against St Johnstone with a head cut.
Funso Ojo was missing in midweek and it looks likely that he will join Wigan Athletic on loan soon.
Livingston possible starting lineup:
Stryjek; Devlin, Fitzwater, Guthrie, Brown; Bartley, Holt; Mullin, Pitman, Forrest; Reilly
Aberdeen possible starting lineup:
Lewis; Hoban, Taylor, Considine; Hayes, Ferguson, McCrorie, Kennedy; Wright, Hedges; Cosgrove
We say: Livingston 1-0 Aberdeen
At the moment, it is hard to see Livingston losing a game, given the run that they are on, and we expect them to enjoy a narrow win over the Dons this weekend.
A 1-0 result in the home side's favour will do little to ease the pressure on Derek McInnes and the Dons.