On Saturday the William Hill Scottish Cup will be in attendance at Forthbank Stadium for the featured match of the Fourth Round.
There will also be giveaways around the ground as Stirling Albion take on Clyde in a match that sees two cup winning Captains go head-to-head on the touchline.
Barry Ferguson held the trophy aloft with Rangers and Dave Mackay likewise with St Johnstone.
The two are now plying their trade in League 2 as managers of Clyde and Stirling Albion.
This season they have done battle three times. The sides have drawn on two occasions 1-1 and two weeks ago Mackay’s men defeated Clyde 3-0.
Both sides have a strong defensive record in this season’s competition; both Stirling and Clyde are yet to concede a goal. Stirling have so far overcome Linlithgow Rose and Wick Academy, scoring 5 goals in the process.
Clyde have scored two more goals so far, beating Brora Rangers 2-0 and Arbroath 5-0.
Ahead of the game, Barry Ferguson said: “The 3-0 defeat against Stirling a few weeks ago came as a surprise as we had been playing well but individual errors had been killing us.
“We weren’t good enough in that game at Forthbank.
“I’ve beefed up the squad a little bit over the last few weeks so hopefully it’ll energise us.
“The Scottish Cup means a lot to me and it’s a competition I always want to do well in, having won it five times.”
Dave Mackay said: “I’m loving life as a manager since retirement and looking forward to Saturday.
“The last time we played Clyde we won 3-0 but I believe they have a lot of players that can hurt us.
“In the Cup it’s a totally different match and as the league shows, it’s so unpredictable so we’ll need to be at our best.”