Will Heart of Midlothian enjoy a road win on Christmas Eve?
Last weekend, in their first match after the World Cup break, Hearts proved to be too strong for Kilmarnock, winning 3-1.
Josh Ginnelly opening the scoring before Lawrence Shankland bagged a brace, including a late penalty that sealed the points at Tynecastle.
So, having won three of their last five, Robbie Neilson’s team are up to fourth, just one point below Aberdeen.
Dundee United too qualified for Europe back in May, but now find themselves rock bottom of the table.
This’ll be the Tangerines’ first engagement since 12 November after last weekend’s trip to the Tony Macaroni was postponed.
Before the World Cup, Liam Fox’s side lost four of their last five, most recently going down 1-0 at Pittodrie.
However, all three of the Arab’s wins this season have come at home, two of which have ended 4-0.
This though isn’t likely to fit into that pattern, with Hearts fancy their chances of a win at Tannadice.