St. Johnstone take on Aberdeen in Sunday's crunch Scottish Cup semi-final and both sides will be desperate for a win and a chance at silverware.
The clubs travel to Glasgow knowing a win will put them up against either Rangers or Dundee United in the final.
Read on for match details and the key storylines to make sure you don't miss a moment of what is sure to be a real firecracker of a match.
Date: April 13, 2014
Kick off: 12:45 p.m. BST
Venue: Ibrox Stadium
TV info: BBC Two Scotland
Aberdeen hit by injury
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is without several players for the semi-final. Defender Alan Tate, striker Calvin Zola and winger Jonny Hayes are all out, leaving the Dons with a serious lack of depth in the squad.
With Aberdeen still in the hunt for a second place finish in the Scottish Premier League, McInnes will want to keep the rest of his men fit. Forward Niall McGinn has a nose for goal, having netted 12 goals in 38 appearances in the side for the Dons, while promising youngster Adam Rooney has netted eight times in 11 appearances since arriving from Oldham Athletic in the January window.
This is a very talented team, and even with so many starters banged up, the Dons are fully capable of running roughshod over the overachieving Saints to make a trip to the final.
St. Johnstone underdogs
St. Johnstone themselves are billing this as a David vs. Goliath contest, with St. Johnstone playing the role of David. The players and manager alike are fully aware of their minnow status but are convinced that they can upset Aberdeen and make it through to the final.
Manager Tommy Wright explained, per BBC Sport:
We are confident - we believe we can win the game. Performances in recent weeks have been really good and overall this season we've performed at a high level so we're happy enough with where we are.
We realise it's going to be a tough game. Derek has done a tremendous job with Aberdeen and they've been outstanding all season. Outside Celtic, they've been the best team. But we feel we've enough fire power and enough quality in our team that can hurt them.
The Saints have talent on the roster, led by young striker Stevie May. The 21-year-old Scot leads the team with six goals this season, and is dripping with potential. If he can get going in this match, the underdogs could certainly shock the world and find themselves in the semifinals.
The St. Johnstone faithful know that anything can happen in cup football and with just 90 minutes between them and the final, expect Wright's men to pull out all the stops on Sunday.
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