Well, fingers crossed we see you tomorrow. Hearts owner Ann Budge is out with the hard hat on adding a few last-minute licks of paint as we speak.
We'll be back tomorrow with more Premiership action - or will we?
There is still no announcement on whether or not the redeveloped Tynecastle main stand will pass the required safety checks for the visit of Partick Thistle.
It's certainly not the best preparation but I guess everyone just has to work on the assumption that the 15:00 kick-off will go ahead.
It was a day of surprise results in the Scottish Premiership, without a single home win.
Celtic got the victory without playing anywhere near the best thanks to a piece of magic from Leigh Griffiths.
The champions are now six points clear after Aberdeen, Hibs and Rangers all lost ground on the leaders by losing in front of their own fans.
Aberdeen assistant manager Tony Docherty: "It was very uncharacteristic, [given] the standards the players have set in our time at the club. They’re aware of that, they’re an honest bunch. Sometimes you have a bad day, and we’ll just need to pick the bones of that and make sure we’re better for the next performance and make sure we’re more competitive.
"They played a system we didn’t expect them to play, and that threw us a little bit at the start of the game. We had to adapt, but we never seemed to get into a rhythm or play our normal game. We got bogged down and lost a goal we shouldn’t lose."
Hibs boss Neil Lennon: "We were flat but I didn't think we deserved to lose the game.
"We should see the game out and take the point but there's a bit of naivety at the end when we should clear the ball and we don't. It's a poor goal to concede and it's the last kick of the game.
"There was a lack of urgency from us at times in the final third.
"I've no doubt the (international) break has had an impact. The build up was a bit fragmented but that's not an excuse. We were nowhere near the level we've been at in the last few games."
There will be four Highland League teams in Monday's draw for fourth round in the Scottish Cup.
Cove Rangers beat Airdrieonians, Brora Rangers won at Stranraer, Formartine United saw off Forfar and Fraserburgh won at Spartans. Only Buckie Thistle let the side down, slipping to a 3-2 home defeat to Championship Brechin City.
Dundee manager Neil McCann: "We dominated the first half without really looking like we were going to penetrate too much. I asked them to be more aggressive in our forward play. To my mind, Kilmarnock played to hit us on the counter and a point each is probably a fair reflection.
"General performances have been encouraging. The players have never shown anything other than a determination to get things right.
"A clean sheet is very welcome and that's something to build on."
Hamilton manager Martin Canning spoke on the phone to BBC Sportsound after the club's first league win at Ibrox since 1926.
"Our work-rate was excellent. We're starting to get players back from injury and that's making a difference.
"We had to defend a lot and they did it fantastically, we had to block a lot of balls.
"A lot of things went right and it's a great achievement for the club."
Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke: "It looked like a game between two teams that haven't had the best of starts but there was a lot of honest endeavour. There was probably some fear of losing and the first half was a non event.
"We could have nicked the three points with a good one-on-one near the end and Eamonn Brophy hits the crossbar.
"It's a point away from home and another clean sheet."
St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright is a happy, if slightly frazzled man after a dramatic period of stoppage time at Easter Road.
"I think we fully deserved it on our second-half performance. It was a great team effort and I'm really proud of them because it's been a tough few weeks.
"I said to them in the dressing room that people were starting to doubt them but certainly I have never doubted them.
"I think the (Hibs) penalty is harsh. Yes, it hits his (Joe Shaughnessy) arm but he's so close I don't think the referee can give those.
"I'm so pleased that they kept going and kept their heads, and we get the win with the last kick of the ball."
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson: "We've got a good squad and players are fighting to keep hold of their places.
"Louis (Moult) has a habit of being in the right place at the right time but, to a man, I thought we were great today. We played a different system today and they really bought into it.
"We deserve a crack at Celtic and we will not be lying down. Somebody's got to do it (beat Celtic) and we've got a great opportunity with three games in a week. We know how good Celtic are but we have good organisation and real desire."
Motherwell go into next weekend's League Cup final in great spirits after plundering the points at Pittodrie.
That will be the first of three successive matches against champions Celtic, with a Wednesday and Saturday league double-header following Sunday's meeting at Hampden.
Scottish Cup - third round
Airdrieonians 2-3 Cove Rangers
Arbroath 3-0 Berwick Rangers
Banks O'Dee 2-6 Ayr United
Buckie Thistle 2-3 Brechin City
Clyde 0-2 East Fife
Dumbarton 1-0 Elgin City
East Kilbride 3-4 Albion Rovers
Formartine 1-0 Forfar Athletic
Livingston 2-0 Glenafton Athletic
Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale 1-7 St Mirren
Montrose 0-0 Queen of the South
Peterhead 3-0 Raith Rovers
Queen's Park 1-4 Dunfermline
Spartans 1-2 Fraserburgh
Stenhousemuir 1-2 Alloa
Stranraer 0-1 Brora Rangers
Cowdenbeath 1-1 Annan Athletic
A crazy end to the match at Easter Road!
Hibs thought they had rescued a point when Anthony Stokes stuck away a penalty on 91 minutes but Saints kept on going and snatched victory thanks to the predatory instincts of Steven MacLean.
Remarkable scenes! Steven MacLean is topless and in among the visiting fans at Easter Road after knocking in an injury-time winner. Michael O'Halloran breaks down the right and fires in a cross for Murray Davidson to have a shot, which is saved by Ofir Marciano but there is MacLean to prod the loose ball in.
Dundee end a sequence of five defeats but remain bottom of the Premiership pile after a dismal draw.
It could have been worse for the 10-man hosts, with Killie hitting the bar in the last attack of the game.
Accies move up to seventh in the Premiership thanks to goals from David Templeton and Darren Lyon.
It's a first league win for Hamilton at Ibrox since 1926.
Does that end Graeme Murty's hopes of extending his interim spell as Rangers boss?
Kilmarnock's Eamonn Brophy strikes the bar with virtually the final act of the game
After a lengthy delay, Anthony Stokes keeps a cool head to stroke the spot-kick into the bottom corner.
Saints defender Joe Shaughnessy blocks a Martin Boyle shot with both hands - from very, very close range.
Louis Moult at the double for Motherwell as the Dons turn in an abysmal performance.
The visitors are down to 10 men for the final few moments as Alex Gogic picks up a second yellow card for a foul on Ryan Hardie.
Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound
I think this will rank up there with one of the worst performances Aberdeen have had under Derek McInnes. They really have been that bad today. But Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson will be delighted with his side, they really have been excellent. It's the perfect warm-up for the cup final.
With Aberdeen slipping up, Hibs had the chance to go second but that's slipping away now as the hosts look increasingly disjointed. Anthony Stokes lays a free kick into the path of John McGinn and the midfielder's fierce shot curls a foot wide.
It's a second yellow card for Dees captain Darren O'Dea after a heavy challenge. The former Celtic man scythes down Rory McKenzie on the edge of the box.
Goalkeeper Elliot Parish comes to Dundee's rescue as they bid for a first point in six Premiership matches, foiling Lee Erwin with the Killie striker through on goal.
Scott Wright's introduction has helped lift Aberdeen's fortunes, although Motherwell goalkeeper Trevor Carson has not had much to do.
It's Motherwell who still look more likely to score again, with Moult - looking for his hat-trick - curling a free-kick just over.
A quick break upfield and the visitors score a second goal when Darren Lyon converts Greg Docherty's cut-back with an accurate finish
Saints end their goalless run at 620 minutes. Richard Foster's floated cross find Liam Craig at the back post, and his header across goal is nodded in by an unchallenged Murray Davidson.
BBC Sport Scotland at Dens Park
It's beginning to feel like a point might do each side here. Nothing inspiring to report - the dullest match I have seen this season.
After five straight defeats Dundee will see a point as having stopped the rot. Kilmarnock will probably feel a point on the road is decent. We might get a goal here ... but I'm not sure how.
Rangers caretaker manager Graeme Murty rings the changes, taking off strikers Kenny Miller and Alfredo Morelos to replace them with Eduardo Herrera and Ryan Hardie as the home side chase the game against Hamilton
Things are warming up at Easter Road.
Zander Clark saves at the feet of Anthony Stokes after a lovely lofted pass from Dylan McGeouch and then the Saints keeper kicks the ball away after a weak Efe Ambrose shot is flicked goal-wards by Simon Murray.
Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound
Steven Thompson is less than impressed with Aberdeen's set-piece delivery today.
However, Scott Wright is introduced and makes an instant impact; picking out Stevie May who forces a save from goalkeeper Trevor Carson.
Neil Lennon sends on defender Ryan Porteous and Dylan McGeouch, with David Gray and Brandon Barker trooping off.
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright responds by putting on a third striker, Graham Cummins, with Blair Alston making way.
The home side are looking for a way back and Gary Woods saves at the feet of Josh Windass before Alex Gogic makes a goal-line clearance.
Former Scotland striker on BBC Sportsound
Aberdeen need to make changes. Gary Mackay-Steven has been really quiet. Ryan Christie is not making an impact. The delivery to Adam Rooney and Stevie May has been nowhere near good enough. Derek McInnes will be furious with how his team have played
Hibs rouse themselves, Brandon Barker beating his man down the left flank and whipping in a low cross from the byline. Saints keeper Zander Clark gets a boot in the face from one of his own defenders as he gets down low to beat the ball away.
BBC Scotland at Pittodrie
Louis Moult continues to torment Aberdeen with his second double of the season against them and in the process pick up his 50th goal for Motherwell.
This time it was a perfect near post half volley that did the trick after great work by Chris Cadden on the right wing and no more than they deserve.
A few signs of life from bottom club Dundee but still nothing in terms of meaningful attempts on goal.
Hibs full-back David Gray, who moments earlier was denying Saints' Liam Craig a clear header on goal with a timely intervention, looks in a bit of pain after catching his ankle in an attempted tackle.
Gray gets up, but it is Saints currently in the ascendancy. Steven Anderson has a header from a corner, and when the ball rebounds to the striker, his follow-up effort is cleared off the line by John McGinn.