The Illinois-Missouri rivalry is going to be a more regular occurrence in the future. The two schools have agreed to another four-game series, this one scheduled for the 2030s.

On Friday, Missouri unveiled additions to its future schedules, revealing that the Tigers and Fighting Illini have added another four-game home-and-home series. The two teams will meet four times between the 2032-35 seasons, with each team hosting two contests.

Illinois will have home games in 2032 and 2034 while Mizzou will host the 2033 and 2035 matchups.

These future contests come in addition to a previously-scheduled four-game series, set for later this decade. Illinois and Mizzou will play four games between 2026-29. The Illini will host the 2026 and 2028 games with the Tigers playing at home in 2027 and 2029.

Illinois and Missouri have played 24 games, with the Tigers owning a 17-7 advantage in the all-time series. The two teams played six games between 2002-10, with Mizzou winning all six contests. Illinois’ last victory came in 1994.