The Tynecastle side wasted no time in establishing their dominance in a game that had them out of sight by half-time and leaves Thistle in a dire situationHEARTS took a huge step towards the top six as they nudged Partick closer to the dreaded drop. Goals from Kyle Lafferty, Steven Naismith and John Souttar had Craig Levein’s side out of sight at half-time. And it could have been more as the Jambos finally got themselves back to winning ways.
The 16-year-old was initially ruled out for six weeks after he limped off injured against Hibs last weekThe 16-year-old was initially ruled out for six weeks after he limped off injured against Hibs last week. But a scan subsequently proved the teenager had not suffered a hamstring injury, as first feared. And boss Craig Levein revealed the player is back in light training and eager to play against the Jags. He said: “Harry is better, much better.
The 25-year-old has been involved in every Hibs game so far this season and feels he’s in the best form of his careerHIBS star Dylan McGeough has revealed how a prod from Robert Snodgrass led to a Scotland call-up. The midfielder is a regular at Coia’s Cafe in Glasgow, where Aston Villa star Snoddy also eats when he’s in town. So the two players would chat whenever they saw each other and, invariably, the talk would turn to injuries.
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Selecting a term
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