Livingston move off bottom and into the relegation play-off place with a big win over Raith Rovers in the Championship.
WHEN a striker scores his first goal in two months and elects not to celebrate, it suggests all is not well. Hibernian’s Dominique Malonga plays down any suggestions he was less than thrilled on making it 3-1 against Livingston the other night – while at the same time acknowledging not everythi
Hibernian move back to within a point of Rangers in the Scottish Championship with victory over bottom side Livingston.
IT proved all right on the night for Hibernian, because the acted to type. Precisely by acting against type. There was a degree of comfort in their victory in West Lothian that moves them to within a point of second place Rangers.
Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs will be without suspended duo Scott Allan and Keith Watson for the trip to bottom side Livingston in the Scottish Championship on Wednesday night.
MARTIN Boyle can at least contemplate returning to action tonight without the baggage being carried by the majority of his team-mates, who Alan Stubbs hopes will use their determination to make up for Saturday’s Scottish Cup disappointment against Livingston.
Rangers manager Stuart McCall will become a Livingston fan on Wednesday when the Scottish Championship strugglers take on Hibernian at the Energy Assets Arena.
RELEGATION-threatened Livingston Football Club have been saved from paying out more than £200,000 to a former director.