Hearts trained at Dyce Juniors’ Ian Mair Park today ahead of their Betfred League Cup clash with Peterhead this evening.
The Jambos tweeted a video the players enjoying a game of crossbar challenge at the city ground before heading up to the Blue Toon’s Balmoor Stadium.
Post training crossbar challenge 👀 https://t.co/8cyXwIVXS7
— Heart of Midlothian (@JamTarts) July 25, 2017
Hearts are currently second in group B, two points behind leaders Dunfermline, who’ve played one more game.
Peterhead are third, three points further back.
Jim McInally’s men must win tonight’s fixture to keep their ambition of qualifying for the next stage alive.