Laudrup's triumphed 1-0 when they clashed with Bunyodkor in Tashkent on March 17, but the doesn't expect his side to cruise past Bunyodkor just because they beat them last time.
"Our aim is to win the match, but it will not be easy despite winning the previous encounter against the same side," Laudrup told the official AFC website. "The conditions of each match are different and therefore we will have different tactics tomorrow."
Laudrup is pleased about having a full squad for the match and thus expects his side to move up the Group A standings, where they currently sit in third place with four points.
"We will have a complete squad and this is something positive for us," he said. "We have a chance to improve our position in the group and we should take advantage of every chance that we have because the competition in the group is very tight and the differences are small."