It will be the same teams but it could be two different managers when Dundee United and Alloa clash in the Irn-Bru Cup at Tannadice on Saturday.
The pair drew 1-1 at the Indrodrill Stradium in the Championship at the weekend with Csaba Laszlo and Jim Goodwin occupying the technical areas.
As is the Tangerines policy for the Irn-Bru this term, it will be reserve team boss Craig Easton who takes charge for the coming second-round tie.
And there could also be a change in the Wasps’ dugout after their manager Goodwin was tipped to succeed Alan Stubbs at former club St Mirren.
Stubbs was sacked by the Buddies yesterday after just nine games and a run of just one win in four Premiership outings, against bottom club Dundee, so far.
If Goodwin does return to the team he has such strong links with, it could see former United favourite Paddy Connolly, his assistant at Alloa, put in charge at Tannadice.