Dundee will be desperate to put their worst display of the season firmly behind them against St Johnstone this weekend at Dens.
The good news for the Dark Blues is things will certainly be different this time around.
That’s not in doubt because both teams will certainly have a different look about their starting line-ups.
Back on March 10, the Perth Saints romped to a deserved 4-0 win at the home of their Tayside rivals.
It could even have been a bigger scoreline with Dundee extremely poor on the day.
Since, though, the Dark Blues have rallied somewhat and will want to put that dark 90 minutes firmly behind them and push themselves on to Premiership survival.
One contributing factor to Dundee’s dreadful display was the absence of key midfield duo Paul McGowan and Glen Kamara due to suspension.
Both have been pivotal to the way manager Neil McCann wants his side to play with their ability on the ball and McGowan’s leadership in the middle of the park.
Kamara, in particular, has been superb since signing for the club in the summer and is a front-runner for the club’s Player-of-the-Year award.
The last St Johnstone clash is the only game the Finnish international has missed all campaign and it’s no surprise that without him, they struggled to move the ball through midfield.
He impressed against both Celtic and Rangers in recent weeks and will be a key player if Dundee are to get anything from Saturday’s game.
McGowan, meanwhile, has been struggling with injury after picking up a knock in training that kept him out of the Rangers game 10 days ago.
It’s expected he’ll be available, however, to add some steel to the middle of the park.
He certainly won’t stand for a repeat performance from his side.
Another possible returnee is captain Darren O’Dea after a hamstring issue saw him miss both recent trips to Glasgow.
The club captain’s introduction as a third centre-back in the middle of Josh Meekings and Steven Caulker — both of whom struggled against St Johnstone — steadied the defence at Aberdeen and then also in the home game against Hearts.
On the other side, Tommy Wright won’t have anything like the same side to choose from.
Injuries have hit the Perth side hard and the good news for Dundee is the Saints scorers in that 4-0 victory will be missing.
Striker Chris Kane knocked in goals two and four after Jordan Piggott had put into his own net in the first half.
Kane, though, has been ruled out for the rest of the campaign along with possibly Denny Johnstone.
That leaves Wright with just Steven MacLean as a fit out-and-out striker with David McMillan still missing.
Also on target at Dens Park last month was Blair Alston.
The wide midfielder has also been ruled out for the rest of the campaign, however, with a torn hamstring.
Playmaker Stefan Scougall and experienced defender Brian Easton, meanwhile, are on their way back from long-term injuries but are unlikely to be involved either.
Definitely out will be box-to-box midfielder Murray Davidson.
The 30-year-old is suspended for the game, leaving a hole in the middle of the St Johnstone midfield.
However Saturday’s game goes, the starting XIs will be different — something Dundee want to take full advantage of.