History has already been made by the Hibees this season, and of course next week’s Scottish Cup final represents an opportunity to create even more.
Before that though is the final home league game of the season, with Celtic providing the opposition in the lunchtime kick-off.
It will be an emotional occasion for former Hibs man and current Celtic captain Scott Brown, who is heading for a new player/coach role at Aberdeen after 14 years with the Hoops, and it could be the last game for a few others ahead of what looks like a summer of change at Parkhead.
For us though, clinching third place with a game to spare up at Aberdeen on Wednesday night means the pressure is off somewhat – and that means Jack Ross is likely to make a number of personnel changes with Hampden looming large on the horizon.
Goals from Callum McGregor, Albian Ajeti and Mohamed Elyounoussi gave Celtic a 3-0 win over Hibs in Glasgow in September, but it was a much closer game at Easter Road in November.
Jamie Murphy and Kevin Nisbet had the home side on course for an excellent victory, but an Odsonne Edouard penalty and an injury time equaliser by Diego Laxalt meant it ended 2-2.
However, Hibs got a measure of revenge back in January when Nisbet struck late on to earn a 1-1 draw after David Turnbull’s free-kick looked like giving Celtic the win.
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Jack Ross and a selected player will preview the game in our next press conference, and you’ll be able to hear their thoughts in full here afterwards.
Pay Per View
If you are a season ticket holder or an international Hibs TV subscriber, we have you covered.
For anyone else looking to catch the game – whether you’re a Hibee or not – we are pleased to offer a Pay Per View option.
Priced at £15, you can sign up here.
Season ticket holders
Season ticket holders will have access to a live stream of all home league matches via Hibs Pass.
Premiership action means the return of The Match – with all the best Hibs-tinted coverage ahead of the big game.
Experienced presenter David Tanner will be joined in the studio this week by Gordon Strachan and Joelle Murray – while Cliff Pike and Tam McManus are on hand to talk you through every kick of the ball.
Remember, your log in username on Hibs Pass will be first name-surname-season ticket reference number. For example, pat-stanton-12345, and it’s all lower-case.
Hibs TV international subscribers
We’re delighted that more and more Hibees around the globe are logging on to Hibs TV.
If you’re not based in the UK or Ireland, you can watch all league matches with a Hibs TV international subscription.
If you ever have any questions about Hibs TV, it’s worth having a read of our FAQs. You’ll find that pinned on the homepage of our new-look website, but it’s not a bad idea to bookmark it.
Failing that, you can email the dedicated support team at our technical partners, Stream Digital, via email@example.com.
Those are the two best bets for getting to the heart of any issues, as posts to our social media channels can be missed on a busy matchday.
We’re now doing our Happy Hibee draw for home and away games.
Tickets are priced at £2 for the Happy Hibee draw – in association with St Andrews Timber & Building Supplies Ltd – with the proceeds split evenly between the club and lucky winner.
Look the part!
The Hibernian Clubstore is the best place to get your hands on an extensive range of Hibernian goodies.
The shop at Easter Road Stadium is open from Monday to Friday (10am-5pm) and on Saturday (10am-5pm).
If you’ve any questions, you can always email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to beat the crowds, you can always order online.