Dundee boss Jim McIntyre faces several tough selection choices for today’s Dens Park clash with Motherwell.
In the end, though, he may decide to make the obvious move and go with the same 11 that started Wednesday’s impressive win at Hearts.
The trip to Edinburgh saw veteran striker Kenny Miller rested, though he did come off the bench late on in the 2-1 capital victory.
Normally the skipper would be expected to go straight back into the starting line-up but the performances of the front two at Tynecastle, Craig Curran and winning goalscorer Andrew Nelson, could see them keep their places.
With Jim praising all those who took part the other night, he might also decide to delay starting debuts for new signings Andreas Hadenius and James Horsfield.
Swede Hadenius, signed on loan from Halmstad BK for the rest of the season, arrived on Wednesday. The 27-year-old can play in midfield or at the back and should have international clearance in time to be involved today.
Former Manchester City kid Horsfield, who’s on loan from Scunthorpe, will also be available and could come in at right-back.
Neither have had a great deal of game time recently and that could see them put on the bench and used later in the game.
Experienced centre-half Darren O’Dea will be back in the squad after his two-game suspension for simulation.
With Genseric Kusunga and Ryan Inniss among the star men at Tynecastle, an immediate return for the 31-year-old looks unlikely.
Whichever way he decides to go, the manager is looking for a “same again” display from his team.
He’s stressed however much moving off the bottom of the Premiership table on Wednesday night gave them a lift, there remains a lot of work still to be done by his players.
“It’s where you are at the end of the season that counts,” he said.
“It’s too easy to say that’s us on our way but we could be back at the bottom of the table on Sunday night, so we have to keep working hard.”
The weekend sees the U/18s in action when they face Celtic in the quarter-finals of the Youth Cup on Sunday.