All Saturday afternoon in two corners of Fife and Angus, finger nails will be bitten to the quick and nerves will be jangling.
More SPFL games involving Courier country clubs have fallen victim to the wintry weather.
For St Johnstone, Saturday’s game was packed with positives while there was nothing but negatives for opponents Dundee – yes, this was certainly Saints v Sinners.
In his first in-depth interview since his high-profile departure from Dundee United ended with an out-of-court settlement, Stevie Campbell tells Courier Sport that his time away from football helped him put life in perspective.
Last season’s top team in Tayside, St Johnstone, will begin the next Premiership campaign with a game against Aberdeen at home on August 6.
Arbroath will host the first fixture of the group stages of the Betfred Cup on Friday, July 15 at Gayfield when they will play Dundee United with the game being televised live by BT Sport.
Now that the dust has settled well, almost on Sunday’s dramatic derby at Tannadice, there is a chance to reflect on some of the key talking points from the game.