Heart of Midlothian welcome Rangers to Tyncastle Stadium for a Scottish Premiership match scheduled to kick-off at 19:45 GMT on Wednesday, November 30 and you can find all the live stream information including kick-off time in our match preview right here.
This should be treated as a marquee match in the Scottish football calendar as second place Rangers travel to Hearts, a side who are only two places and three points below them in the table.
Following a mid-table slump only a matter of months ago, Rangers have been steadily climbing the league ranks but come up against a side who have - statistically-speaking - the best attack outside of Celtic Park, though the Gers are no slouches at the back.
This game therefore pits two interesting football styles together and it is possible to make a case for either side winning.
Head to head history also suggests a historically-even encounter with Hearts winning two, Rangers winning two and two draws in their last six meetings in a run that stretches back to 2012.
What this game could provide, though, is goals as, combined with their attacking prowess in the league, Hearts have been involved in games that have produced three or more goals in five of their last six matches against Rangers in all competitions.
Hearts have also scored at least two goals in six of their last seven Scottish Premiership matches and though the Gers are on a good run (unbeaten in seven) they will have to nullify the likes of Jamie Walker (six goals in 12 appearances), Callum Paterson (five goals in 14) and Bjoern Maars Johnsen (four goals in 12 outings) if they are to leave Tynecastle with a positive result.
Rangers have their own difference-makers but one imagines players like Andy Halliday, Clint Hill, James Tavernier and Lee Wallace - the defensive-minded players - will be just as important as forwards like Joe Garner, Harry Forrester and Kenny Miller.