Falkirk and Hibernian both have the chance to move into second place in the Ladbrokes Championship when they meet at the Falkirk Stadium on Tuesday.
The game was scheduled for September 5 but was postponed due to international call-ups and now goes ahead with Alan Stubbs' men a point ahead of Peter Houston's team in the table.
Raith Rovers lie second behind leaders Rangers, with the top four all having won at the weekend. Falkirk edged out Morton 1-0 at home thanks to a last-minute Lee Miller goal while Hibs saw off Dumbarton 4-2 at Easter Road.
The Bairns have won three and drawn one of their four home league games, scoring four goals and conceding one, while Hibernian's four away fixtures have yielded two wins and two defeats.
The teams last met on the final day of 2014/15, when Hibernian won 3-0 at the Falkirk Stadium but that was their only victory over Falkirk in five attempts last season.