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Hibernian (Away, 27th Sep 2023) Match thread


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Hibs’ attacking threat is as good as anything outside the Old Firm but they are also vulnerable defensively. Think we’ll get chances, and will just have to try and keep Boyle/Vente/Youan all quiet. Was really confident we could get a result there when Johnson was in charge but they seem to be turning it around under their new manager. Looking forward to it though, always a good day out. 

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Could be without a few boys this weekend but sounds like Portales and Donnelly are available........

 

Mulligan won’t be the only midfielder missing for the Premiership trip to Hibs with Ryan Howley also side-lined.

He picked up an ankle injury against Celtic and missed that clash with Kilmarnock, with Mulligan taking his place in the team.

“Howley’s injury is another reason why we’re so disappointed to lose Mulligan,” Docherty added.

“They are both young, robust footballers who have physicality about them as well as their good ability.

“You need that when you are going to places like Easter Road or Celtic Park. You could see how Howley equipped himself at Celtic.

“That presence is needed so it’s disappointing to be without Ryan as well. He’s carrying an ankle knock that just needs a little bit longer.

“Saturday is just a bit too quick for him.”

And it could well be too quick for Jordan McGhee and Scott Tiffoney.

McGhee limped off against Killie after being injured in the first-half by a Robbie Deas tackle while Tiffoney was substituted at half-time due to a groin complaint.

Both were described as “struggling” by Docherty.

However, Zach Robinson has shrugged off injury to return to training while defenders Antonio Portales and Aaron Donnelly are available after lengthy lay-offs.

 

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