It will be St Johnstone’s Scottish Cup winning-manager against St Johnstone’s Scottish Cup-winning captain when Dundee meet Kilmarnock in the Premiership play-off.
Just don’t ask St Johnstone’s Scottish Cup goalscorer to choose a winner.
It’s ironic that as their old team will be preparing for another final this weekend, Tommy Wright and Dave Mackay will be in opposite dug-outs at Dens Park for the first leg of the Dark Blues v Killie home and away encounter.
And Anderson offers no apology for sitting on the fence ahead of the high stakes double-header.
“It’s no surprise that Dundee have got to the play-off final,” said the now Forfar centre-back. “With the finances at the club, they’ve got everything in place.
“Raith are a good team, trust me, and they’ve beaten them over two legs quite comfortably.
“That will give them a lot of confidence.
“But, although Kilmarnock will be disappointed they didn’t get a place higher in the Premiership, they’re playing well too.
“Both sides are scoring goals.
“I couldn’t predict a winner – it’s a 50/50.
“I’ll definitely be watching and I’ve obviously got a lot of time for both of them. I’ll maybe text Cuptie and say ‘hope the gaffer beats you’ and I’ll text the gaffer and say ‘hope Cuptie beats you’!”