Hibernian TV will be providing coverage of tomorrow's home game against Inverness with the 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.
Plus at half-time the chat will continue with Allan Martin going through the SPL scores and latest news during the break.
You can also get match updates by following the Hibees on Twitter - @HibernianFCClub
Right now, there is an interview with manager Pat Fenlon where he talks about Shefki Kuqi's role within the squad.
Speaking exclusively to Hibernian TV, Fenlon said: "Last Saturday with Shefki, the fact is that he might have played for a few minutes, so we worked him on Saturday morning and then gave him the day off and certainly worked him on Monday and then he played on Tuesday for the reserves.
"It is just trying to balance it so that he gets enough training and that his fitness levels improve and we're also getting him a bit of game time as well to help with sharpness.
"But we have that now, that's what we have, there might be weeks where people don't make the bench and that's the competition we need to have in the place and the players that are playing at the moment need to know that if their level of performance drops to a point that there is someone of real quality that can come in and play."
There is also the #tweettaiwo Twitter Q & A with new signing Tom Taiwo where supporters (who follow Hibernian via Twitter @HibernianFCClub) tweeted in questions that our newest recruit then answered in front of the TV camera.
As a special add-on competition - exclusively available to Hibernian TV subscribers - supporters can win a signed Tom Taiwo shirt (complete with squad number 20), by emailing email@example.com with the answer to the following question:
With which club did Tom Taiwo start his career?
The deadline for entries is 4 October 2012 at 5pm and please include your Hibernian TV username and password.
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You can listen by subscribing to the Hibernian TV service by simply clicking on the LIVE MATCHES tab.
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 next weekend on Saturday 29 September.