Three reasons why Hibs should be confident going to Tynecastle
Hibernian travel to Tynecastle on Sunday to take on arch rivals Heart of Midlothian hoping to continue the defence of the Scottish Cup, the oldest trophy in world football.
Neil Lennon’s side are enjoying a fine campaign and are currently favourites for automatic promotion from the Scottish Championship to take their place in the top-flight once again.
The Edinburgh Derby is one which captures the imagination of not just supporters but neutrals too and it’s undoubtedly the biggest match north of the border this weekend. With a sell-out crowd of around 17,500 expected, it’s going to be a must-watch occasion with a fiery atmosphere.
Given Hearts ply their trade in the Premiership and Hibs a division below, you’d be right if you considered the Jambos favourite for this one but that won’t stop the away support believing they can pick up a victory.
Here are THREE reasons why Hibs should be confident making the short trip across Edinburgh…