McKinnon confident ahead of away trip

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Dundee United manager Ray McKinnon believes playing away might suit his side in the second leg of their play-off against Falkirk. The Bairns twice pegged United back at Tannadice on Tuesday to ensure the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off semi-final is eve …

Dons head to the final

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Adam Rooney scored after 13 seconds to send Aberdeen on their way to the William Hill Scottish Cup final – but only after a tremendous comeback from holders Hibernian. Aberdeen went two ahead in the 24th minute thanks to a brilliant free-kick from Ryan …

Aberdeen keeping their game up

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Hibernian go into Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Aberdeen on Saturday pressure-free, according to their former boss Alan Stubbs. The Englishman guided the Easter Road side to their first win in the competition in 114 years last …

Logan no hard feelings

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Conrad Logan may have been dumped by Hibernian boss Neil Lennon but he would love to see the current Easter Road squad match his Hampden heroics. The keeper was signed by former manager Alan Stubbs as emergency cover last season but ended up helping th …

St Mirren can bring it back

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Jack Ross admits he has never felt lower as manager than after St Mirren’s last visit to Cappielow. But the Buddies boss hopes his new-look side will be the ones smiling when they return to Greenock on Tuesday. Jim Duffy’s side dished out a 3-1 pasting …

Hibs enjoying the title run-in

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Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon has told his players to enjoy the title run-in. Hibs took a major step towards the Ladbrokes Championship crown when they beat Falkirk on Saturday, and they have the chance to move 13 points clear when they face third-p …

No game taken lightly by Hibs

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Hibernian midfielder Andrew Shinnie insists they do not take any game lightly. The William Hill Scottish Cup holders have saved their best form for the knockout tournament in recent weeks to reach the semi-finals. Their only Ladbrokes Championship win …

McKinnon wary of St Mirren

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Dundee United boss Ray McKinnon has told his team they need to match St Mirren’s fighting spirit when they head to Paisley on Wednesday. The Tangerines’ promotion hopes suffered a blow last Friday when they lost to Ladbrokes Championship leaders Hibern …

Commons focused

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Kris Commons is determined to play his part in keeping Hibernian at the top of the Ladbrokes Championship after making his debut in the 1-1 draw with Morton. Commons joined on loan until January 15 on Friday after jumping at the chance to be reunited w …