Falling on Remembrance weekend, the world will watch on as both clubs unite, historically, to remember those fallen and those who continue to fight for our country.
When the whistle goes, a sporting battle will commence with an emotionally charged atmosphere from the Edinburgh rivals.
Hibees anticipate that their in-form team will wipe the floor with the Jamtarts who are having a sticky period so far this season.
Hearts fans as always remain relatively unconcerned about Hibs, and even though the Hearts have had a stop/start season they have shown they can rise to the occasion having had magnificent wins over Dinamo Zagreb and Celtic last week when most pundits had them written off.
I predict that the 4,000 Hibees fans will be streaming out of Tynecastle long before the end of the match after another defeat by the boys in maroon.