Hibernian's comeback against Hearts to force a Scottish Cup replay was fully merited, claims manager Alan Stubbs.
Mark Walters believes the standard of Scottish Premiership will improve if his former side Rangers return to the top flight.
Head coach Alan Stubbs says Hibernian fully deserved their last-gasp equaliser at Tynecastle on Sunday as Edinburgh's two biggest clubs fought out a 2-2 draw in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Paul Hanlon struck a stoppage-time equaliser as Hibernian came from two goals down at Tynecastle to force a William Hill Scottish Cup replay with Hearts.
Hibernian scored twice in a breathless final 10 minutes to secure an unlikely 2-2 draw as Hearts let slip the chance to seal their place in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
Celtic will give Charlie Mulgrew more games as he bid to win a new deal, March Burchill says Leigh Griffiths is worth £15m and Rangers says they sign five players for next season’s title push.
Mark Warburton says Rangers would never go into any fixture against a Scottish Premiership side with an inferiority complex.