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Hibs 3 - 2 Livingston: Hibs survive lower league scare

There was no hiding place for anyone in green and white in this game.

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Richard Tait believed he was fouled by Marvin Bartley, right (incident in question not pictured). Picture: SNS

Why the referee denied Motherwell a penalty against Hibs

The latest edition of Ref Review looks at the booking giving to Richard Tait by match official Barry Cook during Motherwell’s 2-2 draw with Hibs. The Fir Park club have appealed the yellow card for diving.

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Playing at centre-half in the league victory  at Inverness on Saturday, Livingstons Nikolay Todorov celebrates his goal. Picture: SNS

Hearts man Nikolay Todorov desperate to impress at Easter Road

Livingston striker Nikolay Todorov insists he will not care if he is the target of flak from the Hibs supporters in tonight’s Betfred Cup quarter-final.

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Rumour Mill: No SFA ban for Windass | Boyata set for new deal | Manager reveals why he turned down Celtic

Josh Windass escapes any SFA action over his gesture to Partick fans; Celtic keen to tie down Boyata on longer deal and Owen Coyle has revealed why he turned down Celtic job

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Hibernian manager Neil Lennon faces the media.

Hibs boss Neil Lennon defends his public tirade at players

Hibernian manager Neil 
Lennon has defended his public condemnation of the players, and insists his scathing remarks were commensurate with the nature of Saturday’s Ladbrokes Premiership 2-2 draw with Motherwell.

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Rangers' trip to Celtic Park will remain on 30 December. Picture: John Devlin

11 SPFL matches to be broadcast live in December

The latest batch of Scottish football fixtures to be broadcast live on Sky Sports and BT Sport have been announced by the SPFL.

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Neil Lennon is hoping for a reaction from his players after the 'Jekyll and Hyde' performance against Motherwell. Picture: SNS Group

Neil Lennon expects ‘reaction’ from Hibs players against Livingston

Neil Lennon expects to see a reaction from his players as Hibernian prepare to take on Livingston in the Betfred Cup quarter-final.

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Rumour Mill: Aston Villa eye Rangers ace | Sutton names duo Celtic should have signed | Windass to miss Old Firm clash?

Aston Villa - and others - keeping tabs on Morelos; Chris Sutton names two players Celtic should have signed and Windass could miss Old Firm clash after Partick gesture

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Louis Moult, left, fires in his second goal to ensure Motherwell's share of the spoils. Picture: SNS.

Hibs at crossroads after Motherwell’s second-half fightback

It isn’t hyperbolic to suggest Hibs are entering a crucial juncture in their season. Four games without a victory, three of which came against bottom-six sides from last term, including Saturday’s draw with Motherwell, have tempered early-season expectations and what follows should go a long way to deciding where Hibs will be competing
in the 2017-18 Ladbrokes 
Premiership.

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Moussa Dembele in action for Celtic. Picture: SNS/Rob Casey

5 things we learned from the Ladbrokes Premiership weekend

Week six of the Ladbrokes Premiership saw champions Celtic move clear at the top of the table as Aberdeen dropped points at home to Kilmarnock, while Dundee recorded their first win of the league campaign.

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Hibernian manager Neil Lennon to make changes for Livingston clash. Picture: SNS/Gary Hutchison

Neil Lennon to ring changes for Betfred Cup after Hibs collapse

Neil Lennon will make changes for the Betfred Cup quarter-finals after being angered by Hibernian’s second-half collapse against Motherwell.

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Lewis Morgan celebrates scoring for St Mirren. Picture: Michael Gillen

Rumour Mill: Celtic and Rangers eye Lewis Morgan | Lennon blasts Hibs | Celtic looked at Joe Lewis

Celtic and Rangers go head-to-head in fight for Lewis Morgan; Neil Lennon blasts Hibs players after Motherwell draw; Celtic had targeted Dons keeper Joe Lewis last season; plus more news and gossip in Sunday’s Rumour Mill

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Hibernian manager Neil Lennon rages at his players. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Neil Lennon: I don’t care if Hibs players don’t like criticism

Hibs’ dry spell has now become a drought after an indomitable Motherwell side came storming back to claim a deserved point and leave Neil Lennon’s side without a victory in four games.

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Motherwell's Louis Moult scores to make it 2-1. Picture: SNS/Gary Hutchison

Hibs 2 - 2 Motherwell: Louis Moult hits double to earn point

Louis Moult hit a double as Motherwell came from two down to seal a Ladbrokes Premiership point at Easter Road.

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Hibernian fans unveil banner aimed at the club. Picture: SNS/Ross Parker

Hibs fans hit out at board over EBT review decision

A group of Hibs fans unveiled a banner hitting out at the club’s board for their decision regarding an independent review into the handling of Rangers’ use of EBTs.

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Brendan Rodgers with Kolo Toure. Picture: SNS

Rumour Mill: Rodgers on Euro ‘gulf’ | Rangers star faces Old Firm fitness race | Toure on Celtic staff

Brendan Rodgers says action should be taken to enforce Euopean fair play rules. Rangers captain Lee Wallace is in a fitness race to be fit for Celtic match and Kolo Toure has rejoined Celtic as a coach.

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Hibernian captain David Gray at the club's East Mains training ground. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

‘Hungry Irish’ remind Neil Lennon of Scots of old

Neil Lennon is convinced the kind of “hunger” he tasted as a teenager when idolising the visiting Paul McStay and Roy Aitken is feeding into the success of Northern Irish managers in Scottish football.

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Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan. Picture: John Devlin

Opinion: Stephen McIlkenny on why SFA review is necessary for real change

For years, Scottish football has been belittled, with media across the world (and dare I say it, in our own country) often scornful about the state of our game.

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Rumour Mill: Sutton slams ‘embarrassing’ Celtic | Ralston unfazed by Neymar antics | Alves rated higher than Celtic stars

Chris Sutton has slammed what he calls an “embarrassing” performance by Celtic against PSG, Anthony Ralston insists he’s unfazed by Neymar’s antics in the 5-0 loss, and Bruno Alves has been given a higher Fifa 18 rating than any Celtic player.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic teenager to start against PSG | Sutton aims fresh dig at Caixinha | Hibs explain SFA backing

Celtic youngster Anthony Ralston is set to named in the starting XI to face PSG, Chris Sutton has aimed a fresh dig at Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha, and Hibs have explained their reasons for backing the SFA’s decision on Rangers tax case.

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