UCD will hardly be relishing the trip north to take on Derry City in the quarter-finals of the FAI Cup this evening (7.45pm).
The Dublin side were hammered 3-0 by City as they made sure of their place in the final of the League Cup, for the second year running, last month.
And Derry are no less ambitious when it comes to the premier knockout competition.
The draws have been kind to Derry and to have home advantage for both of these ties has done the students no favours. They also will have the Brandywell factor in their favour when they take on Bohemians in the League Cup decider next month as they did in beating Shelbourne on penalties last season.
Winning both trophies in a season wasn't quite unprecedented but no-one has ever managed to do it twice in successive seasons before.
With runaway league leaders Drogheda United out of the equation in both competitions it's a pretty good each-way bet.
But John Robertson won't be getting that far ahead of himself and even if the demolition of UCD the last time they met was perhaps their best performance during his time in charge, he's aware of the pitfalls of over-confidence.
There's too much at stake for Derry to be complacent about as their qualification for Europe next year depends on the FAI Cup.
Derry hope to have both Paddy McCourt and Sammy Morrow fit for the game.
Robertson lost his unbeaten domestic record as Derry boss in the 1-0 defeat at Drogheda United last week.
In this weekend's other quarter-finals St Patrick's Athletic will host Bohemians while Longford Town will entertain First Division Limerick City. In the remaining tie Waterford United will host Cork City.