Live coverage followed by match report as Hibernian host Queen of the South aiming to catch Falkirk in second place.
It wouldn’t have done for the end of the regulation Scottish Championship season to have passed without gentle jibes being exchanged between managers. With Alan Stubbs at the Hibernian helm, that was never going to happen.
Hibernian have seen three players named in the PFA Scotland Championship Team of the Year.
A Hibernian win over Dumbarton sees us into the season finale with a chance of finishing as runners up behind Rangers on. In a nutshell if Hibs better what Falkirk do it'll be enough.
The Scottish Professional Football League have now announced the Match Day officials that will take charge of the game against Queen of the South this weekend.
Queen of the South’s interim manager Gavin Skelton is adamant his side have a point to prove against Hibernian at Easter Road on Sunday.
It perhaps should perturb Hibernian supporters that Pat McGinlay doesn’t hesitate before delivering an emphatic “yes” to the question as to whether “bottle” will be key to his former club’s prospects of ending their Scottish Cup hoodoo. Moreover, it might not make them feel optimistic that the…
Jason Cummings and John McGinn have both been nominated in PFA Scotland's Young Player of the Year category.