Just six days on from their meeting in Paisley, Heart of Midlothian and St Mirren go head-to-head again.
Last weekend, Ryan Strain’s deflected free-kick was cancelled out by Robert Snodgrass’ cross-come-shot as these two drew 1-1.
Marcus Fraser ensuring he won’t be featuring in the rematch, picking up a needless red card deep into stoppage time.
Will there be a winner this time?
That draw extended St Mirren’s unbeaten streak at home to ten matches, most-notable beating Celtic in September.
Overall, Stephen Robinson’s side are unbeaten in six matches, albeit five of these have ended all square.
So, the Buddies have slipped down to sixth place, but would return to the European spots with a result in this Friday night fixture.
Continental qualification is also Heart of Midlothian’s objective, sat third, seeking to remain there come May.
The Jambos have lost just one of their last nine Premiership outings, this coming at Ibrox in early-November.
At home, Robbie Neilson’s side have won three of their last four and are unbeaten in 11 Premiership home games against non-Old Firm clubs.
This one could go either-way, but Hearts will be confident of victory at Tynecastle.