Will Rangers’ winning Premiership run continue?
On Saturday, goals from Connor Goldson, Fashion Sakala and James Tavernier saw the Gers swat aside Kilmarnock 3-1 at Ibrox.
This means Mick Beale has won 14 of 16 matches since taking over, but the two exceptions have both coming in key derbies.
A 2-2 draw in the Old Firm in January means the top two remain nine points apart, while the Light Blues are also still ruing last month’s League Cup Final defeat at Hampden.
In the Premiership, all Rangers can do is keep on winning and hope their Glasgow rivals slip-up along the way.
Hibernian meanwhile come into this clash in superb form, coming from behind to smash Livingston 4-1 on Saturday.
Élie Youan bagged a brace before an own goal and a late clincher from Mykola Kukharevych secured the points at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
Lee Johnson’s team are now unbeaten in seven, winning five of them, despite losing nine out of 11 immediately beforehand.
This leaves Hibs fourth, a mere five points below their city-rivals Hearts in third.
So far this season, Hibs have run Rangers close twice.
They drew 2-2 in Edinburgh in August, Josh Campbell firing home a stoppage time equaliser against nine-men, before Rangers battled back from behind twice to win 3-2 in mid-December.
Will Hibernian supporters enjoy a famous victory at Easter Road this time?