Hearts vs Hibs – LIVE updates

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Hearts Vs Hibs LIVE Updates

The Scottish Premiership continues on Saturday with the clash between Hearts and Hibs. With a seven-match unbeaten run‚ Hearts are looking for revenge after being hammered by Celtic in their last match. Hibs are also desperate for revenge after losing 1-0 to Hearts in the opening Edinburgh derby this season. Hearts are in the Europa League play-off spot and could win silverware in their next match‚ so the match is sure to be a must-watch for the entire footballing world.

Hearts face Hibs in a Scottish Premiership clash at Hampden Park

Robbie Neilson has reminded the Hearts fans to pull on maroon and white tomorrow as they look to make it two wins in a row against Hibs. The game has sold out its initial allocation of 20‚000 tickets and two additional batches have been released. Hibs supporters aren't buying tickets as enthusiastically as they have been for Hearts‚ but Neilson expects Hampden Park to be a sell-out. The teams met in the 2012 final. Hibs were on their way to finishing fourth in the SPL‚ while Hearts were on course to finish second. Hearts were missing Darren Barr‚ Kevin McKenna and Derek Riordan‚ while Gareth O'Connor had just signed a contract with Lokomotiv Moscow. Hearts were able to cope with the early Hibs pressure and work slowly into the game. In the 16th minute‚ they score the opening goal. This derby is famous for producing many memorable clashes over the years. The 2012 Scottish Cup final was won by Hearts in a 5-1 score. Both sides have produced goals‚ cards and talking points during previous games. This is one Scottish Premiership match that should have a great atmosphere and a thrilling finish. Make sure you don't miss it! And don't miss it - tickets are available now! Despite a 1-0 halftime lead‚ the game was not without its drama. Hibs started the game with more possession than Hearts‚ but managed to concede more goals. In the 37th minute‚ Halliday picked up an injury after a challenge from Scott. Hearts' attack continued after the restart. After the injury‚ Porteous headed a powerful downward header on the target‚ which Gordon was forced to tip onto the inside of the right post. In midfield‚ Craig Halkett will likely start for Hearts and could be replaced by Mihai Popescu. Hibs have been without a central striker since August‚ but James Scott could return to the starting line to replace him. The attacking midfield‚ however‚ could prove to be a major threat against Celtic. And it will help if the Hibs defence is vulnerable to a Hearts attack.

Stewart captains side

If you want to get all the latest Hearts vs Hibs LIV updates‚ you're in luck. The game is set for December 5 at the Edinburgh stadium‚ and the BBC will have live streaming of the match. Hearts are flying high in the Premiership‚ while Hibs are relegated to the Championship. The game is a derby‚ so expect an exciting one. The visitors' fans will be out to support the team‚ and the game will be played in front of a large partisan crowd. Hibs will be keen to keep the score low‚ which is a must-watch. Stewart's goal against Hibs was a memorable moment as the visitors' fans celebrated the victory. Stewart was a regular at Hibs‚ but he was replaced by Stevenson at half-time after he was booked for two bookable offences. Hibs will be keen to make amends for their last game‚ a 5-1 defeat at Hampden. Their win would have put them back in the top six‚ but Hibs are still in the hunt for bragging rights. As a result‚ this match will be one of the most important in the league. If Hibs beat Hearts‚ they could go top of the table. A penalty was awarded to Hearts for a foul in the box‚ which was missed by the 'keeper. The decision was changed to a corner after an appeal from ex-Hearts skipper Stephen Pressley. Hearts were then forced to play extra time. In the second half‚ a tense game ensued‚ with Zaliukas scoring the winning goal from the penalty spot. Robbie Neilson's side are favourites to reach the Scottish Cup final. Hearts will face Hibs after beating Hibs in the Edinburgh derby last weekend. The win took Hearts up to third spot in the league table. Hibs‚ meanwhile‚ finished in the bottom six‚ so they will be keen to take advantage of their opponents. Hibs manager Shaun Maloney is under increasing pressure to lift them out of the relegation zone‚ so the ex-Celtic will be hoping to silence his critics before the game.

Hearts are in Europa League play-off spot

With a 2-1 win over 10-man Hibernian at Hampden Park‚ Hearts have secured a place in the last eight of the Europa League. Ellis Simms and Stephen Kingsley both scored in the first half to give Hearts a commanding lead. Hibs' Chris Cadden equalised in the 54th minute after Hearts keeper Craig Gordon saved a header from Ryan Porteous. Hearts keeper Craig Gordon was grateful to get the rebound after saving a header from Ryan Porteous. Referee John Beaton sent off Hibs midfielder Joe Newell in the 64th minute for two yellow cards and a foul on Peter Haring. Hearts were third in the Scottish Premier League table after finishing third. Rangers and Celtic were second and third. They are now guaranteed a place in the Europa League and the Europa Conference League groups. Hibs made five changes after the derby loss‚ including Ryan Porteous‚ who returned from suspension. Ewan Henderson and Lewis Stevenson also returned after suspension. Meanwhile‚ Hearts' Paul McGinn was fit enough to start at left-back following an injury. Robbie Neilson has hailed his side's success after a thrilling victory over Hibs. Hearts would be the first Scottish side outside of Celtic and Rangers to reach the group stage of the European competition since the 2007/08 UEFA Cup. A draw would leave Hearts in the final of the Scottish Cup. The first leg of the tie will be played on Wednesday‚ August 21. The knockout draw for the Europa League took place on Dec. 13 at 7 a.m. ET. Eight teams from the Champions League's group stage and the third-place finishers of the Europa League will qualify for the knockout round. Hearts and Rangers will play in the Europa League play-off round. After the first leg‚ the winner of the tie will advance to the round of 16.

Hearts could lift silverware

Robbie Neilson has been talking up the possibility of lifting the Scottish Cup after his side beat Hibs in the semi-finals of the competition. Neilson‚ who was a player for Hearts in 2006‚ is now head coach at Tynecastle. Neilson has been working with the Hearts squad to prepare them for the Edinburgh derby. Here's why: The 1998 Scottish Cup triumph was the club's first senior trophy since the Scottish League Cup in 1962-63. Colin Cameron scored a first-minute penalty before Stephane Adam added the second in the second half. Hearts went on to finish third in the league in the following season‚ and reached the UEFA Cup group stages in 1988. The club's resurgence was boosted by the recent promotion to the Premier League. A Scottish Cup final is a huge honour for any club‚ but it is particularly prestigious for Hearts‚ who have twice lost to Celtic in the final. The competition has long traditions and high prestige. The players‚ coaches‚ and supporters are all in a tizzy if Hearts lift it. As a Scottish Premiership club‚ Hearts have made it a point to get to Hampden to fight Hibs‚ and will be eager to win it this season. Hearts were a strong side in the first half but lacked a certain spark in the second half. In the third‚ they were unable to get a grip and conceded a goal. They dominated possession in the first half but had limited opportunities to shoot from long range. Hibs have not lifted a cup since 1902. The two teams share similar histories. In the 1990s‚ Hearts and Hibs attempted to merge and become a single team. Mercer tried to name the combined club as Edinburgh United‚ but was unable to convince Hibs. Ultimately‚ he failed to achieve his goal and the clubs have continued to fight for promotion. In spite of this‚ they remain rivals and are likely to go head-to-head on Saturday.