Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon looks set to ring the changes again for the trip to Dunfermline.
Last week saw Lewis Toshney, Paul Dixon, Willo Flood and Thomas Mikkelsen drop out of the starting line-up for the Scottish Cup trip to Ross County.
In came Frank van der Struijk, Jamie Robson, Charlie Telfer and Tope Obadeyi.
Some of those switches were to give players like Van der Struijk and Robson needed game time.
With the tie resulting in the heaviest defeat of the season, the manager is likely to revert to a starting XI closer to the one that fought back to draw with Queen of the South a fortnight ago.
The desire to get back to winning ways after four outings without a victory could see Mikkelsen teamed up with Simon Murray in a two-pronged strike force.
Whatever way he decides to go, the gaffer is expecting a better performance than the one put in at the Global Energy Stadium.
“The players know it wasn’t good last week, particularly with the bad goals they lost,” he said.
“That game’s gone now and the focus is on Dunfermline and getting back to winning ways.
“The boys have been working hard all week to make sure we do.”
Season tickets holders can bring a friend to next week’s home clash against Raith Rovers for half-price admission.