Will Aberdeen ensure they go into the World Cup break still third in the table?
On Friday night, the Dons hammered Hibernian 4-1 at Pittodrie, thereby leapfrogging Hibs in the table.
Bojan Miovski scoring twice, including a penalty, before Ylber Ramadani made it three, with Leighton Clarkson sealing the win thanks to an impudent back-heal.
This means, at home, Jim Goodwin’s team have won five of six Premiership games this season, scoring 21 times.
On the road though, the Reds have won just one of their last five, hammered 4-1 at Ibrox ten days ago.
If Aberdeen can improve their away form, they’ll be certainties to take that all-important third place.
Livingston meantime also won a Friday night goal-fest, prevailing 3-2 against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Bruce Anderson and Sean Kelly the scorers, before an own goal sealed the points for Livi.
This lifted Davie Martindale’s men up to eighth, seven clear of the relegation places.
Will Aberdeen leave the Tony Macaroni Arena with all three points?