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Full Time: Heckys Hibernian 1 v 1 The Puddle Drinkers

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Its that time, the gunts are coming to visit, well some of them are. Big team my hole.

I have no idea what lies Plopper has spun this week, no idea who plays for them, is injured, doing well or scoring/ not scoring. They have a slow, fat striker, a has been centre half with poor dental work, another peely wally centre half who is over rated and thats about all I know? Oh aye and the narky Hun Nayuse is hurt. They also have a support who cannot sell out its derby allocation only a few weeks before a cup final.

Team wise, for me, if we have no injuries, I would stick with our 11 starters?

Rocky, who has been brilliant
Sir David, who is brilliant, plus 4
Daz who with his 4 year deal is the epitome of Hibs, brilliant
Paul who is quietly looking brilliant again
Lewis, Mr Hibs is Brilliant
Mark Milligan who needs to get back to being brilliant, upping his physical and mental pace accordingly
Stevie Mallan who, when he wants to, is brilliant
Daryll Horgan who was brilliant with his two goals at the guntery
Stephane Omeonga who plays like a Hibernian, I love it, brilliant
Flo, who as a left winger is brilliantly inconsistent but never stops trying
Marc Mac has movement and guile that will have the the gunts bemused, his attitude is brilliant.

The Puddle Drinkers by comparison are shite, their team are shite, their incomplete stadium is shite, their manager is a shite, Gorgie is a shite hole, their fans are disloyal, sectarian song singing, gammon faced, establishment shites and Leeann's pal Anne is an auld shite to boot. Shite, shite, glorious shite, Maroon and White Shite to sum them up. Dug shite in fact. The spunk stains on the curtains, the pish stains of a thousand missed aims, the bloodied stooled shitey skidmarks on your shitey maroon soiled underpants. Fuck them all.

I expect a difficult game, I hope our Sunday afternoon is a happy one.

Hibernian Forever!
 

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Absorb their plan A and hit them. And again. Again. Again again. And another.

High tempo and nae messing. Much like Sunday.
 

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High tempo on the ball, high pressing off it, fast counter attacks when we win it back - they can’t handle that. Deal with the big lump, close down shots from distance and stay strong when defending set pieces - they can’t deal with that.
 

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I started to read some pish about hearts injuries a couple of days ago on the BBC, stopped after the first paragraph.
 

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Not much if anything between Hearts and Hibs this season in my opinion and this is reflected in where both clubs are in the league. I always believe home advantage is a significant factor in derbies although this has been somewhat turned on it's head this season with both teams winning at each other's stadiums. I still think home advantage helps us though and I am hoping like every other Hibs fan does that this gives us the edge on Sunday. Derbies are battles (which is one of the reasons why Hearts have won more than us in the last 30 odd years), and you have to win the battle before you can win the game.
Hearts are on a bit of a downer at the moment despite getting to the SC Final, but they will raise their game and fight like hell in this match because it means so much to them. Hibs have to do the same or we will lose. Despite the great unbeaten run we have been on under the new manager, we haven't exacly been a free-scoring unit in recent weeks as three consecutive 0-0 draws at Easter Road would testify. In short..we need to start scoring again. A great containing, hard working performance against Celtic last week-end was fine, but the fans will be expecting Hibs to be going at Hearts from the off tomorrow so we are going to have to show a bit more quality in the last third than we have done in recent weeks if we are going to win. We also have to keep cool heads and 11 players on the park for the duration. Their big guy up front is certainly a handful so let's hope Hanlon and McGregor are able to deal with him again.
A close tight match in prospect in my view. Hearts will be determined to win to make it up to their fans after the Tynecastle defeat but Hibs are at home, in good form, with still something to play for. Another draw or a narrow Hibs win IMO.
 

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Not much if anything between Hearts and Hibs this season in my opinion and this is reflected in where both clubs are in the league. I always believe home advantage is a significant factor in derbies although this has been somewhat turned on it's head this season with both teams winning at each other's stadiums. I still think home advantage helps us though and I am hoping like every other Hibs fan does that this gives us the edge on Sunday. Derbies are battles (which is one of the reasons why Hearts have won more than us in the last 30 odd years), and you have to win the battle before you can win the game.
Hearts are on a bit of a downer at the moment despite getting to the SC Final, but they will raise their game and fight like hell in this match because it means so much to them. Hibs have to do the same or we will lose. Despite the great unbeaten run we have been on under the new manager, we haven't exacly been a free-scoring unit in recent weeks as three consecutive 0-0 draws at Easter Road would testify. In short..we need to start scoring again. A great containing, hard working performance against Celtic last week-end was fine, but the fans will be expecting Hibs to be going at Hearts from the off tomorrow so we are going to have to show a bit more quality in the last third than we have done in recent weeks if we are going to win. We also have to keep cool heads and 11 players on the park for the duration. Their big guy up front is certainly a handful so let's hope Hanlon and McGregor are able to deal with him again.
A close tight match in prospect in my view. Hearts will be determined to win to make it up to their fans after the Tynecastle defeat but Hibs are at home, in good form, with still something to play for. Another draw or a narrow Hibs win IMO.
Pish we’ll destroy them. You’re giving them far too much credit. Their physicality is rendered obsolete by the fact that our back four won’t be outmuscled by their forward line. Levein is a dinosaur and Hecky is a brand spanking new iPhone. There’s only one winner tomorrow.
 

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3-0 to the splendid Hibernians. 17/1
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Not much if anything between Hearts and Hibs this season in my opinion and this is reflected in where both clubs are in the league. I always believe home advantage is a significant factor in derbies although this has been somewhat turned on it's head this season with both teams winning at each other's stadiums. I still think home advantage helps us though and I am hoping like every other Hibs fan does that this gives us the edge on Sunday. Derbies are battles (which is one of the reasons why Hearts have won more than us in the last 30 odd years), and you have to win the battle before you can win the game.
Hearts are on a bit of a downer at the moment despite getting to the SC Final, but they will raise their game and fight like hell in this match because it means so much to them. Hibs have to do the same or we will lose. Despite the great unbeaten run we have been on under the new manager, we haven't exacly been a free-scoring unit in recent weeks as three consecutive 0-0 draws at Easter Road would testify. In short..we need to start scoring again. A great containing, hard working performance against Celtic last week-end was fine, but the fans will be expecting Hibs to be going at Hearts from the off tomorrow so we are going to have to show a bit more quality in the last third than we have done in recent weeks if we are going to win. We also have to keep cool heads and 11 players on the park for the duration. Their big guy up front is certainly a handful so let's hope Hanlon and McGregor are able to deal with him again.
A close tight match in prospect in my view. Hearts will be determined to win to make it up to their fans after the Tynecastle defeat but Hibs are at home, in good form, with still something to play for. Another draw or a narrow Hibs win IMO.
Agree with that non-pish.
Fact rather than fiction.

Haring’s absence will be a bonus. Can’t afford any midfield passengers tomorrow. Hopefully a bit of footballing quality will edge it for us again and we don’t need the luck we enjoyed at Tiny.

Their Wrestling match up front and their height at set pieces will need to be handled.
 

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