Having hammered one half of Edinburgh last weekend, will Celtic remain top of the Scottish Premiership with victory in Gorgie?
A week ago, the Hoops demolished Hibernian 6-1 at Parkhead.
James Forrest’s hat-trick taking his tally to 100 goals for the club, while Giorgos Giakoumakis also bagged a brace.
Ange Postecoglou’s side have won nine of ten Premiership matches this season, the sole exception that shock defeat at St Mirren Park.
Then, on Wednesday night, the Celts enjoyed another comfortable victory, seeing off Motherwell in the League Cup.
Liel Abada with a brace at Fir Park, while Reo Hatate and Kyōgo Furuhashi also netted; they’ll now face Kilmarnock in the semi-finals.
Will the league-leaders’ winning streak continue?
Heart of Midlothian meanwhile are struggling to balance European football with domestic business but, after a first free week since early-August, will be raring to go.
Last Sunday, having been hammered in Florence three days early, the Jambos looked leggy, eventually beaten 2-0 by Aberdeen.
Robbie Neilson’s side have collected just one point from three games in October, sliding down to seventh, albeit just three points off third.
Will Celtic have too much quality at Tynecastle?