Scott Sinclair made a match winning debut there last August while the last two titles have effectively been clinched in the west end of Edinburgh.
Going a little further back there were cup ties in successive seasons with the hoops scoring for fun as they notched up 11 goals to the anger of the home support.
Hearts have won twice in the last week, their first wins in front of the new Albert Kidd Sand which has eased them into the top six but well short of the second place that Robbie Neilson left them in just over a year ago.
The Celtic boss has used his squad extensively this season but it’s likely to be the A Team that line up at Tynecastle.
Last season’s exceptional standards haven’t been reached this term but it has still been an impressive start to the season with a win at Tynecastle welcomed at anytime- especially with at this crucial stage of the season.