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    Hibernian -V- Inverness CT- Preview

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    Can we?

     

    There's only a Scottish Cup quarter final to be played on Friday night in the Capital of Scotland and guess who will be there? That's right, the Pride of the Highlands, Inverness Caledonian Thistle. We will be at Easter Road in time for the 7:45 kick off. If you can't make it, then BBC Scotland is the channel to find for full live coverage of the game.

    Hibs Cup.jpg

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    TICKET INFO

    The club can confirm that tickets for tomorrow’s Scottish Cup Quarter Final against Hibernian at Easter Road will be available from Ticket Pods at the South Stand from 6pm. Payments can be taken by cash or card.  No season ticket discounts apply to tickets bought on the night

    Any remaining collections will be available from the he South Stand Ticket Pods

    TICKET PRICES 

    Adult: £22

    Concessions (65+/Students/Under 18s/Child): £12.

    2 years old and younger are free 

    :twothumbsup: James Keatings :twothumbsup:

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    In the last round Hibernian knocked out runaway Championship leaders Dundee United 4-2 after a 2-2 draw at Tannadice. Inverness edged out Livingston in a close affair, Sean Welsh scoring the only goal of the game at the Caledonian Stadium with a superb free kick in stormy conditions. Interestingly, Hibs drew with Livingston last week and that should be a confidence boost for the Caley Jags.

    John Robertson scores for Hearts against Hibs.jpgThis is a big ask for Robbo's men after a couple of tough Championship games that saw us go down 2-1 at Tannadice last Friday and them we beat Dunfermline 2-1 at East End Park on Tuesday night. What was encouraging in both of these games was the performances and level of commitment shown. The same will be required against Hibs although this might be a game we will do well to contain a Hibs side who are always willing to go forward, especially at home. Having knocked The Arabs out at the same venue then they will be confident of quelling a Highland resurgence in a competition that we are no strangers to.

    Robbo was the scourge of the Hibees in days gone bye. He had bulged the Hibs net on no fewer than 27 times in Edinburgh derbies. I'm sure he will get a warm reception tonight from the Hibs faithful.

    Who put the ball in the Hibees net, Johnny Robertson......:whistle:

     

    Lewish Toshney is cup-tied and Sean Welsh is still out with an ankle injury.

    27 year old Christian Doidge is the man to watch for Hibs. He has been in tremendous form with 17 goals so far this season, including the one last week against Livi. He's a handful at 6ft 2in and will need to be shackled if we want to get back to Hampden.

    Robbo pre-match....

     

    And man of the moment, James Keatings.............

     

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