Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(8) 8 Goals 7 (10)
(2) 1 Assists 7 (7)
(6.5) 6.6 Average Ratings 6.8 (6.5)
27.7 Average Age 26.7
182.2 Average Height (cm) 183.5
(1.2) 1.4 Shots pg 1 (0.9)
(45%) 47% Aerial Duel Success 52% (50%)
(0.8) 0.7 Dribbles pg 0.7 (0.6)
(1.1) 1 Tackles pg 1 (1.2)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premiership Relegation Group.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Élie Youan Doubtful N/A
David Marshall Doubtful 6.42
Will Fish Doubtful 6.51
Player Reason Status Rating
Adam Montgomery Out N/A
Callum Slattery Out N/A
Barry Maguire Doubtful N/A
Jonathan Obika Doubtful N/A

Team News

  • Hibernian manager Nick Montgomery named an unchanged Hibs starting eleven despite the Hibees being defeated 2-1 in Dingwall by Ross County, before being hammered at home 4-0 by Aberdeen on Sunday afternoon.
  • David Marshall is injured, so Jojo Wollacott took his place in goal. Chris Cadden, Rocky Bushiri and Jordan Obita were joined in the back four by club captain Paul Hanlon who took Will Fish's place in the Hibs defence up in Dingwall.
  • Nathan Moriah-Welsh and Joe Newell carried on in front of the Hibees' defence. Martin Boyle, Emiliano Marcondes and Myziane Maolida supported lone striker Dylan Vente, who had previously replaced Adam Le Fondre up front.
  • Motherwell manager Stuart Kettlewell named an unchanged Steelmen side that clinched an emphatic 4-1 victory over Livingston at Fir Park which secured their safety, before they battered Ross County 5-1 in Dingwall last weekend.
  • Liam Kelly stuck between the sticks as Shane Blaney, Paul McGinn and Dan Casey continued in an unchanged Well back three. Georgie Gent carried on at left wing-back, with Stephen O'Donnell remaining on the right.
  • Andy Halliday took Davor Zdravkovski's place to join Lennon Miller at the heart of the Motherwell midfield. Jack Vale was serving the second match of his suspension, as Sam Nicholson joined Blair Spittal in support of lone striker Theo Bair.


  • Hibernian fell to ninth as they were hammered at home, with Motherwell leapfrogging them into eighth place in the Scottish Premiership table thanks to a superb away day display last time out.
  • Hibs' decent recent record against Aberdeen came to an end as, despite being unbeaten in their previous five league meetings against the Dons where they'd kept four clean sheets, they were humiliated and humbled on Sunday afternoon. After a six-game unbeaten run in the Scottish Premiership from February to March, Hibernian have now lost four of their last six league matches.
  • Motherwell leapfrogged the Hibees in the Scottish Premiership table with an emphatic away victory of their own, as they avoided consecutive defeats in Dingwall against Ross County for the first time since November 2015. The Well have now lost just one of their last nine league meetings with County, and a potential win in Edinburgh could help them catch Aberdeen in seventh spot.
  • The last two league meetings between Hibernian and Motherwell have finished in a draw, but the Steelmen snuck past the Hibees at Fir Park in August and will hope to do the same at Easter Road in midweek.

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