They will have to put their determination to sort out their away form on hold for a week.
But Dundee United can further enhance their home credentials by extending their four league wins from four Tannadice record to five from five against Dunfermline tomorrow.
And then make it six from six against Partick Thistle in midweek.
As assistant boss Lee McCulloch pointed out, becoming a merciless team to face on their own turf was a key part of the pre-campaign United masterplan.
“We spoke pre-season about making Tannadice a fortress again and a hard place to come,” said McCulloch.
“The only way we will do that is to win games and then, with that, hopefully the fans come back.
“When they do that it is a very intimidating place to play football for any away team.
“The only way is to win football games and we have done that at home this season.
“We are getting there. We’re not where we want to be – miles off – but we have a vision. Hopefully it all goes to plan and we get promotion this year.”