Dundee manager James McPake insists his side can take plenty of positives from the spirited display against Hibernian, despite bowing out of the Betfred Cup.
Hibernian manager Jack Ross insists his side merited their narrow 1-0 victory over Dundee as they eased into the Betfred Cup quarter-finals.
Jamie Murphy’s first-half strike was enough to send Hibernian into the quarter-finals of the Betfred Cup at Dundee’s expense.
Jack Ross believes Hibernian will miss Leeann Dempster after she leaves – but is also confident the chief executive’s departure will not hamper his plans for the January sales.
Hibernian defender Paul Hanlon will be absent as Jack Ross’ team take on Dundee for the second time in a fortnight.
Leeann Dempster has stepped down from her role as Hibernian chief executive.
Hibernian boss Jack Ross insists Paul McGinn’s brace against St Johnstone underlines how much he has grown as a player.
Paul McGinn emerged as the unlikely hero as Hibernian came from behind twice to claim a 2-2 draw against St Johnstone.
Hibernian head coach Jack Ross feels his side will be ready to kick on physically and emotionally for Tuesday’s visit of St Johnstone despite their late blow against Celtic.
Hibernian hope to have Christian Doidge back in their squad for Tuesday’s Scottish Premiership clash with St Johnstone.
Celtic goalkeeper Scott Bain is confident the champions can go on the sort of winning run that has carried them home in recent seasons.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits his team have a “softness” about them after they were forced to come back from two goals down to get a point against Hibernian.
On-loan Rangers winger Jamie Murphy scored one and set up another but Hibernian had to settle for a 2-2 draw against champions Celtic at Easter Road after Diego Laxalt’s stoppage-time equaliser.
Clubs are seeking answers from the Scottish Football Association after 11 Scotland Under-21 players were instructed to self-isolate.
Hibernian have Christian Doidge back from suspension for Saturday’s visit of Scottish Premiership champions Celtic.
Hibernian are planning ahead after opening initial contract talks with Ofir Marciano and Joe Newell.
Hibernian head coach Jack Ross praised his fringe players after they bounced back from consecutive defeats to beat Dundee 4-1 in the Betfred Cup.
Holders Celtic will begin their latest Betfred Cup defence at home against Ross County.
Substitutes Jamie Gullan and Melker Hallberg were on target as Hibernian scored three times in six minutes to beat Dundee 4-1 in the Betfred Cup.
Attacker Scott Wright insists third spot is the minimum requirement for Aberdeen this season, but is ready to aim higher.
Sam Cosgrove says if he can score goals for Aberdeen, he can still land club multi-million-pound windfall
After three months of injury hell, prolific scorer Sam Cosgrove is back with a bang and confident he can land a multi-million-pound transfer.
Rangers and Celtic both recorded emphatic victories this weekend as Gers maintained a nine-point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
Derek McInnes was a delighted man after watching his side sweep aside Hibernian 2-0 to go level on points with Celtic in the Scottish Premiership, and ensure they go into the international break in third place.
Aberdeen shrugged off their Scottish Cup defeat at the hands of Celtic to overcome fellow beaten semi-finalists Hibernian, leapfrogging the Edinburgh side into third place in the Premiership with a 2-0 win.
Marley Watkins may have played his last game for Aberdeen after suffering a serious hamstring injury.
Jack Ross admits he is amazed by the strength of character Kevin Nisbet has shown in dealing with the pain of his father’s death.
Scotland’s league clubs remain split on how to decide the current campaign if another coronavirus spike forces the season to be cut short again.
Hibernian striker Kevin Nisbet has dedicated the rest of his career to his father Thomas who died last Wednesday from liver cancer.
Hearts boss Robbie Neilson believes “top keeper” Craig Gordon gave Scotland boss Steve Clarke food for thought with his performance against Hibernian.
Paul Hanlon insists Hibernian cannot let the disappointment of their William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Hearts seep into their league season.