Hibs welcome Aberdeen to Easter Road for the second time this season, knowing a win would keep the pressure on Rangers. The Dons will be hoping to extend their lead over the Ibrox side for at least 24 hours, with the Gers playing Hamilton on Sunday, as well as making it three wins out of three against Hibs. Admitting his side were “well beaten” in December’s 4-1 loss at Pittodrie, Neil Lennon told the Evening News that his players could look to put things right.
Hearts make the 170-mile trip north to Dingwall tomorrow for a 12.30pm kick-off, hoping to return with three points. Craig Levein’s side won last time they visited Victoria Park, thanks to goals from Jamie Walker and Isma Goncalves, whereas County haven’t recorded a home win since November 4. Owen Coyle’s side did win their last league match emphatically, putting four past Dundee at Dens Park, but have won just two home games this season.
Have your sayJames McFadden has held preliminary talks with new Scotland manager Alex McLeish with a view to joining his backroom staff. • READ MORE - Alex McLeish hails ‘incredible fortune’ after being made Scotland bossThe 34-year-old, who played under McLeish during his first spell in charge of the national team, is due to hold further discussions next week.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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