Livingston have continued to massively punch above their weight this season, while for Dundee United are in an unexpected relegation battle.
As for the home side, despite having the league’s smallest budget, they return after the break in fourth place.
Last time out, Davie Martindale’s team drew 1-1 at Tynecastle, taking the lead through Stephan Kelly, before ten-man Hearts equalised in the 97th minute.
Nevertheless, this means Livi have only lost one of their last six, and this came at the hands of champions Celtic.
Since achieving back-to-back promotions in 2018, Livingston have finished ninth, fifth, sixth and seventh in the top-flight.
The Lions are continuing to, against all odds, compete with the country’s biggest clubs, now targeting their highest finish for 21 years.
In stark contrast, Dundee United, who worked so hard to finally gain promotion back to the top division in 2020, kick off rock bottom.
The Tangerines finished fourth last season but, since then, it’s been a season of painful moments.
In August, Dundee United were hammered 7-0 by AZ before, 17 days later, getting demolished 9-0 by Celtic, meaning Jack Ross was sacked after just seven games in charge.
Since, Liam Fox has taken over, helping the Arabs win three of their last eight Premiership games, all of which have been at Tannadice.
United’s only victory on the road all season came at the Tony Macaroni Arena in the League Cup, so can they repeat that feat here?