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Malonga aiming for peak form after goal drought

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  »  1d

Livingston 1-3 Hibernian

Hibernian move back to within a point of Rangers in the Scottish Championship with victory over bottom side Livingston.

BBC Sport  »  2d

Livingston v Hibernian preview

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.  »  2d

Martin Boyle out to erase Hibs’ post semi pain

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.  »  3d

McCall to cheer on 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.  »  5d

Livingston 1-1 Rangers: Gers held by Lions

IN THE stands, the game started with a bang, several of them to be precise, as flares and bangers punctured the atmosphere and led to the culprits being constrained by a chain of stewards and police. The explosions may have prompted a few frights among fellow supporters but it takes more than that  »  9d

Scottish roundup: Lyle Taylor’s goals lift Partick away from trouble

• Dundee United end 10 games without a victory • St Johnstone secure top-six place ahead of split Lyle Taylor’s two goals earned Partick Thistle an important 2-0 victory over Motherwell at Firhill. Defeat for the Jags would have left them only a point ahead of second-bottom Motherwell in the

Guardian  »  13d

Livingston 2-1 Falkirk

Danny Mullen scores twice as Championship bottom side Livingston move to within three points of Alloa by beating Falkirk.

BBC Sport  »  16d

Livingston urged to go for cup glory

Simply being the manager of Livingston, a club marooned at the foot of the Scottish Championship and seemingly always on the cusp of some new catastrophe, is a challenging enough prospect.  »  19d