Will Dundee United climb off the bottom of the Premiership table?
10 days ago, life after Jack Ross began well as the Tangerines beat Livingston 2-1 at the Tony Macaroni Arena in the League Cup.
However, Liam Fox’s side were unable to make it back-to-back wins last weekend, drawing 0-0 with Motherwell at Fir Park.
In truth, the Arabs were lucky to leave North Lanarkshire with anything; Carljohan Eriksson the hero after saving a first half penalty.
Despite this point, Dundee United remain at the foot of the standings, still searching for their first league win of the campaign.
Given this, Hibernian will fancy their chances of leaving Tannadice with a victory.
Hibs were winless in four matches themselves, before claiming a much-needed victory over Kilmarnock a week ago.
Killie were reduced to ten-men with 11 minutes on the clock with the only goal of the afternoon coming shortly after.
Joe Newell’s free-kick deflected off the wall, ricocheted around the penalty-area before coming back to the midfielder who graciously stroked home.
This lifted Lee Johnson’s side up to eighth as he target’s back-to-back wins for the first time since arriving in Leith.
This game presents a great opportunity for both to claim a much-needed three points.