While all the talk this week has been about Roy Keane, Hibs’ focus now turns to this weekend’s game.
Livingston host Hibees at Tony Macaroni after both wins seven days ago.
David Gray got his second caretaker stint with a winning start at St Mirren, while Davie Martindale was given a welcome boost by Livi’s 2-1 win at Aberdeen as he was hospitalized for a kidney stone.
However, he is expected to return to the field tomorrow.
Both sides are pretty much out of the way to finish in the relegation play-off spots following recent results but are still looking to finish seventh.
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When is Livingston vs Hibs?
Livingston host Hibs on Saturday, Saturday 30 April.
Kick-off at 15.00 WIB.
Is Livingston vs Hibs on TV?
No. The game has not been selected for live TV coverage.
Can I live stream Dundee United vs Celtic?
You can. The match will be broadcast live on Livingston TV.
Fans of both clubs can purchase the stream for £20 by clicking here.
Who is the referee?
Chris Graham will be the man in the middle at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
He will be assisted by Dougie Potter and Graeme Lesley.
Nick Walsh is the fourth official.
How’s the latest team?
Livi guard Max Stryjek was suspended after the club received a two-match ban following a clash with Aberdeen winger Vicente Besuijen in Pittodrie. Tom Parkes is also sidelined through injury.
Ryan Porteous is serving the final game of his four-match ban for Hibees,
The likes of Kevin Nisbet, Drey Wright, Kyle Megannis and Demetri Mitchell remain unavailable through injury.
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