Will Aberdeen’s horrendous post-World Cup form continue?
On Christmas Eve, the Dons were hammered 3-1 at St Mirren Park, despite taking an early lead through Matty Kennedy.
Anthony Stewart’s red card, swiftly followed by Kelle Roos’ unfortunate own goal, forming part of a miserable afternoon.
So, Jim Goodwin’s team have lost all three fixtures since the Premiership’s return, suffering home defeats at the hands of Celtic and Rangers.
The Hoops’ winner came in the 88th minute before, three days later, Rangers equalised in the 95th minute, before snatching all the points in the 97th.
Despite all of this, Aberdeen remain third, but could end the night as low as seventh, depending on other results.
Kilmarnock meantime climbed out of the relegation play-off spot on Friday night, courtesy of a remarkable comeback.
Killie looked destine for defeat at Fir Park, 2-0 down against Motherwell and a man light, after Alan Power was sent off.
However, Derek McInnes’ men scored twice in two minutes, snatching a point thanks to Liam Polworth’s equaliser.
The Championship champions have still only won one of their last six, but McInnes will fancy his chances of a victory over his former employers.
Will there be a winner at Rugby Park?