A win for Hibernian last night was supposed to mean that the race to the Premiership was all over bar the shouting but a spirited Morton team wanted their voices heard and Jim Duffy’s men grabbed a deserved draw.
Hibs remain 10 points clear at the top of the Championship after drawing with Morton, with both sides having a player sent off.
Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon claimed Morton’s Kudus Oyenuga tried to break Jordon Forster’s leg after the striker’s tackle in the team’s 0-0 draw at Easter Road, which eventually resulted in four sendings off, writes Aidan Smith .
He may have been holed up in his room at the Scotland team hotel in Bishopton on Saturday, but, in spirit, John McGinn was in Leith.
If Hibernian win tonight, it will finally be safe to assume that the club will be heading back to the Premiership as title winners, according to manager Neil Lennon.
John McGinn hopes the prospect of securing promotion will ensure Hibernian suffer no slip-ups as they chase the title.
Italian football great Roberto Mancini says he’d like to manage Celtic one day, all the reaction as Scotland defeat Slovenia at Hampden, and Celtic loanee Nadir Ciftci has been criticised for his lack of fitness after making a poor start to his loan move in Poland.
Chelsea have won the race to sign highly-rated Rangers teenager Billy Gilmour, Italian football great Roberto Mancini says he’d like to manage Celtic one day, and all the reaction as Scotland defeat Slovenia at Hampden.