For the fifth time already this season, Dundee United and Kilmarnock go head-to-head.
Just ten days ago, Danny Armstrong’s rocket saw Killie to a 1-0 victory at Rugby Park in a Premiership clash.
Armstrong also scored the winner when the two met in the League Cup quarter-finals, while it finished 1-1 on the opening day of the league season.
However, their only encounter at Tannadice, so far, saw Dundee United run riot, winning 4-0 in November, scoring three times in an 18 minute first half spree.
In short, this latest fixture is tough to call.
Of the two, Kilmarnock are currently three places and three points better off in the league, sat in ninth place.
Derek McInnes’ men were beaten by Livingston last weekend, meaning they’ve now lost four of their last five, the sole exception being that aforementioned win over United.
In the previous round, Killie required a stoppage time winner from Jordan Jones to oust Dumbarton and should be set for an even tougher test here.
Dundee United meantime are rock bottom of the Premiership and are winless in five, following Saturday’s 3-1 reverse at Hearts.
The Arabs swatted aside minnows University of Stirling in round four, with Aziz Behich, Jamie McGrath and Glenn Middleton all on target.
Here, can the Tangerines make home advantage count, or will Kilmarnock win at Tannadice for the first time since 2015?