The Scottish Premier League has announced a second Friday fixture for this season.
Motherwell versus Hibernian has been moved back a day to 2 December, with a 1945 kick-off.
The project was piloted last month, with 8,333 fans turning up to see Aberdeen rout Dunfermline 4-0.
"Almost 1,500 fans took part in our survey and the majority were in favour of another Friday game," said SPL chief executive Neil Doncaster.
"It was important to gather feedback from fans of all clubs before making a decision on future fixtures.
"Although there is still a day left to go on the survey, the SPL and clubs were confident with the positive response of fans to schedule the next Football Friday game."
Meanwhile, three SPL matches over the festive period will kick off earlier at the request of the clubs.
On Christmas Eve, Inverness-Aberdeen will start at 1230, with Celtic-Kilmarnock at 1330 on the same day, while the 2 January Inverness-St Johnstone fixture has been moved to 1400.
The 28 January matches between Dundee United-Kilmarnock and Hearts-Celtic have been postponed due to the League Cup semi-finals. New dates have yet to be announced.