This is the third trip to Tannadice this season for Hearts.
The Scottish Cup finalists face Dundee United who have just secured third place, European football and beat their semi-final rivals, Hibs.
There is nothing Jambos can play in the pride of the league bar, although a cup final place will be up for grabs.
It’s a different story for United.
Tam Courts are looking to end an impressive maiden campaign as a top-flight boss by joining forces with their opponents in continental competition.
The Tangerines are currently fourth, a point ahead of Ross County, who face Celtic in the Highlands on the same day.
United will be hoping Hearts enter cruise control, but Robbie Neilson is adamant he will continue to play his strongest team available between now and May 21.
The previous two encounters at this ground have resulted in a 2-0 win for the visitors and a 2-2 draw in March, with injuries seemingly countless.
Scottish Football has all the info you need on how to watch the final part of this particular trilogy.
When is Dundee United vs Hearts?
The match is Sunday 24 April.
Kick-off at Tannadice at 3pm.
Is Dundee United vs Hearts on TV?
No, unfortunately the game has not been selected by Sky Sports for live broadcast.
Can I live stream Dundee United vs Hearts and is there a PPV option?
Yes. Dundee United and Hearts fans can purchase PPV streams from DUTV.
It costs £12.50 and can be purchased here.
Season ticket holders who are unable to make the game can get it as part of their ticket.
Who is the referee?
Colin Steven will be in charge of this one.
Sean Carr and Gordon Crawford will help him.
David Munro is the fourth official.
How’s the latest team?
Andy Halliday and Stephen Kingsley are both injured and are likely to be rested after playing through the pain barrier at Hampden last week.
Craig Halkett will be sidelined after suffering an ankle injury. John Souttar won’t make it either but is scheduled to start running next week after injuring his ankle on Hearts’ last visit to Tannadice.
The hosts will be without Ian Harkes, Calum Butcher, Peter Pawlett and Maxime Biamou, while Kevin McDonald is poised to be fit in time.
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