Hibernian’s fears over Jason Naismith and Ryan Porteous have been confirmed after the pair were both ruled out for lengthy periods.
Hibernian will be without defenders Jason Naismith and Ryan Porteous for the Ladbrokes Premiership contest with Hamilton.
Jack Ross expects Brian Rice, his former Falkirk coach, to relish the release from his personal issues when the pair go head-to-head at Easter Road on Wednesday.
Blair Alston is determined to make the most of the second half of the season after a disrupted start to his Hamilton career.
Hibernian have offloaded midfielder Josh Vela to Shrewsbury.
Brian Rice is excited by Hamilton’s “fantastic” William Hill Scottish Cup draw against Rangers.
Robbie Neilson felt his Dundee United side proved to the doubters they could compete with a top-six Premiership team after holding Hibernian to a 2-2 draw in the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Louis Appere earned Dundee United a William Hill Scottish Cup replay against Hibernian after netting a brilliant solo effort at Tannadice.
Jack Ross always knew Lawrence Shankland was a natural goalscorer despite managing him during an unhappy spell for the striker at St Mirren.
Rangers have vowed to fight their disciplinary charges after claiming they are being treated more harshly than other clubs by the Scottish Football Association.
Hibernian head coach Jack Ross can appreciate Robbie Neilson’s repeat runaway Championship campaign all the more following his own success in the second tier.
Goalkeeper Adam Bogdan is staying at Hibernian for the rest of the season.
Hibernian midfielder Stevie Mallan has been ruled out for around two months after undergoing surgery on a knee injury.
Hibernian boss Jack Ross believes there is more to come from Ladbrokes Premiership Player of the Month Martin Boyle.
Livingston manager Gary Holt insisted his side richly deserved their 2-0 victory over Hibernian.
Jon Guthrie scored twice as Livingston beat Hibernian 2-0 to climb up to fifth in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Jack Ross hopes his Hibernian team can learn major lessons from their contrasting fortunes against Rangers and Hearts.
Livingston will be without suspended midfielder Scott Robinson for Sunday’s Ladbrokes Premiership showdown with Hibernian.
Hibernian’s Martin Boyle is looking to continue finishing a difficult year on a high following his Edinburgh derby double.
Hearts manager Daniel Stendel insists his return to Germany and decision to give the squad Christmas Day off had no bearing in the 2-0 defeat to Edinburgh rivals Hibernian.