Hibernian under-20s are back in Leith on Monday evening (kick off 7pm) because the team's scheduled home fixture against Hamilton Academical has now been moved to Easter Road.
The young team in bottle green are flying high at the moment after lifting the Foyle Cup and then winning their opening three games of the season to go top of the new U20 League.
Now all Hibs supporters will have the opportunity to see them perform at the club's home ground - much to the delight of Head of Academy Coaching James McDonaugh.
McDonaugh said: "My message to any Hibs supporter thinking about coming along to watch the game would be to please attend and support the young boys.
"It's great news for the players to be playing any game at Easter Road and it will be another test for them to see how they handle playing at such a big stadium.
"The more supporters that come and watch the better as it all adds to the realism. The fact the team are doing so well added to the possibility of a couple of first team players appearing should encourage the fans to come to Easter Road on Monday evening."
Access to watch the match will be via the north entrance to the East Stand and admission is free, although there will be bucket collections at the game (with all proceeds going directly into the Academy, thus developing the next generation of Hibernian talent).