Hibernian TV will be providing coverage of tomorrow's home game against Kilmarnock with the celebrated commentary team of Martin Glancy and Cliff Pike delivering live audio commentary from the back of the West Stand (broadcast will start at 2.45pm).
If you can't be at the match then the closest you can get to being in amongst the home crowd at Easter Road is by tuning in to listen to Hibernian TV's live audio commentary - you won't miss a kick.
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Right now, there is an interview with manager Pat Fenlon where he explains the latest with Tom Taiwo, sums up the competition for places within the squad and gives his initial verdict on loan signing Ryan McGivern.
In an earlier Hibernian TV exclusive interview, Fenlon appraised the progress shown by his group of players and said: "I think I'd put most of it is down to hard work, whether it has been pre-season or going into games, it's been hard work for everybody and they've all put a shift in.
"They continue to do that day in, day out; they work hard and they train hard and that's what we have asked of them.
"They have quality, we've brought them here for a reason because they have all those qualities and they have real ability as a player.
"But we continue to do that, like I've said before it's about trying to back results up now and keep going, get a good result and then move onto the next one to try and pick up another good result.
"The last game we played becomes a really good result if we can win on Saturday, these sorts of things breeds confidence around the club - not just the players and the staff, everybody around the club.
"Supporters come and feel like we have got real chances of winning football matches and I think the more you do that and you back up results.
"Then when you do have a disappointing result, it doesn't have as big an effect as it probably had over the last few seasons, so it's just important that we keep trying to make progress really."
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Unfortunately this match is not being broadcast via a video stream on Hibernian TV International (available for supporters outwith the UK and Republic of Ireland).
The next Hibernian TV International game will be Aberdeen away on Saturday 29 September.