MARK Stewart did his former club Falkirk a good turn last night as his instinctive double inspired Raith Rovers to a 3-0 win over play-off-chasing Queen of the South.
John Baird scores with a second-half header as Falkirk move to within a point of fourth place in the Championship.
NO SANE or honest person would ever say that anyone gifted Hearts the title. The result against Falkirk may not have been enough to seal the deal â€“ only Hibsâ€™ defeat by Rangers yesterday officially rendered them incapable of catching the Tynecastle side â€“ but it has been that ability to pick
Hearts inflict Falkirk's first defeat of 2015 to ensure they are able to clinch the Scottish Championship title.
Hearts are within touching distance of the Championship title as Falkirk lose for the first time this year.
HEARTS placed one hand on the Scottish Championship trophy with victory at Falkirk and will become champions should Hibs fail to beat Rangers on Sunday.
AS HE contemplated a successful conclusion to their Championship campaign Robbie Neilson considers Heartsâ€™ one league defeat to date to have been a pivotal moment in the season.
Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson knows his side can win the Scottish Championship title this weekend if the league leaders pick up three points away to Falkirk and rivals Hibernian fail to win against Rangers.