For the first time in 41 days, Motherwell are back in action.
The Steelmen were scheduled to take on St Mirren last weekend, but that clash was postponed due to a frozen pitch in Paisley.
So, Stevie Hammell’s men will certainly be raring to go.
In the table, the Well are currently ninth, just two points clear of danger, having accumulated just four points from their last seven outings.
Thus, with a bumper Friday night crowd expected in North Lanarkshire, will Motherwell claim three important points?
Kilmarnock meantime were in action last weekend, beaten 3-1 by Heart of Midlothian at Tynecastle.
Ash Taylor did half the deficit in Edinburgh, but a late, controversial, Hearts penalty secured the points.
Killie did win their last game prior to the break, beating Hibs, but have lost their other four since 22 October.
As a result, Derek McInnes’ men remain in the relegation play-off spot, but would leapfrog their hosts with a win.
Who will win this crucial clash at Fir Park?