IT was March 30, 2014 and the date could have been etched into the memory of every Hibs fans as the day their side relegated Hearts.
The Jambos of course avoided that painful scenario by winning 2-0 and now the boot's on the other Edinburgh foot.
Hearts won't relegate their city rivals with victory at Easter Road but they will cause nerves to jangle even more.
Hibs face the prospect of a play-off to save their Premiership skins unless they show an immediate improvement – and after the results on Friday and Saturday they are just one point of clear of second bottom.
Terry Butcher's side have suffered four successive 2-0 defeats and bad defending and no goal threat is a bad mix.
I can't see Hibs scoring so if Gary Locke's side, who have netted 12 in six outings, can net even once they can succeed. In fact best of all could be under 2.5 goals at 4-5 with McBookie.
The Jambos, despite all of their problems this season, have raised their game for derbies to win three out of four meetings this season and I can see that being four out of five.
Dale Carrick has scored three goals in four games Hearts including the opener against Hibs last month. He is 11-4 at William Hill to net again.
Hearts draw no bet
Hearts to win to nil
(13-2, Paddy Power)
Carrick to score
(11-4, William Hill)
Under 2.5 goals