Aberdeen has jumped 40 places in UEFA’s coefficient from 192nd place to 152nd place with 6.5 points.
It’s a boost for the Dons although we were put out in the third qualifying round this season against HNK Rijeka.
Overall, Scotland’s coefficient is up due to Aberdeen, Celtic and Rangers efforts during the past two seasons.
Rangers have climbed 15 places from 206th to 191st position and Celtic have dropped slightly this year from 47th to 55th.
Scotland are now ranked in 19th position compared to 26th place two seasons ago.