With these two clubs currently occupy the final two safety positions, who will climb further away from danger in Ayrshire?
Of the two, Kilmarnock are closer to the drop zone, just three above both Dundee United and Ross County.
That’s partially because Derek McInnes’ side were beaten by his former employers St Johnstone last weekend, going down 1-0 at McDiarmid Park.
Before this, Killie were unbeaten in five, amassing eight Premiership points and reaching the League Cup semis in this period.
In front of a bumper Friday night crowd, will Kilmarnock claim three important points?
Livingston meanwhile are four points better off than their hosts.
A fortnight ago, the Lions held Rangers to a draw at Ibrox; Joel Nouble’s opener looked set to be a winner, until late in stoppage time.
However, last Sunday, Davie Martindale’s men could not repeat the trick against Celtic, with the champions prevailing 3-0 at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
So, Livi have only won one of their last five, with their sole road victory of the season coming way back on 7 August.
Livingston did win 1-0 when these two met at Almondvale in September, Cristian Montaño the scorer, but which way will this one at Rugby Park go?