Last weekend, Hibernian trialled Friday night football and, off the field, it worked, with Easter Road hosting its biggest crowd for over 30 years.
It looked like being a night of celebration on the pitch too, when Mykola Kukharevych broke the deadlock against St Johnstone.
However, Kyle Magennis’ red card really swung the momentum, with the Saints stealing all the points late on.
That actually made it three defeats on the bounce for Lee Johnson’s side, following a 1-0 reverse at Tannadice and a 6-1 drubbing at Celtic Park.
This has seen Hibs slip down to fifth, really needing to get back on track here.
One of the clubs currently above them are St Mirren, after they won again last weekend.
The Buddies beat Dundee United at home, with Alex Greive coming off the bench to head in the winner.
All three of the New Zealand international’s goals this season have come as a substitute, all in the final seven minutes of wins.
So, having accumulated 19 points from their last nine outings, Stephen Robinson’s team are fourth, two clear of their hosts.
This one in Edinburgh could go either-way.