Hearts and Hibernian will be looking for capital gains on Sunday.
The Jambos were forced to enter administration in June and have subsequently been handed a 15-point deduction, while the season also began in frustrating fashion on the field for the Tynecastle side when they lost 1-0 at St Johnstone in their Scottish Premiership opener.
Hearts' Edinburgh rivals Hibernian also suffered defeat in their first match of the campaign, downed at home by Stuart McCall's Motherwell before being subjected to a chorus of boos at the final whistle.
See which side - if either - can kick-start their season and secure three points and the derby spoils by tuning into Sky Sports 1 from midday on Sunday - and make sure you watch Sky Sports all season long for the best Scottish football coverage.
Sky Sports will show 30 live Scottish football matches a season, including five live Rangers fixtures from the Scottish Football League, as part of a deal which will last for at least the next four campaigns.
And the next live encounter after this weekend's Edinburgh tussle will be the battle between reigning top flight champions Celtic and Dundee United, who are managed, of course, by former Bhoy Jackie McNamara (12.30pm, Sat, Aug 31).