Hibernian vs Hearts – After losing to Dundee United by a score of 2-1 in the Premiership the last time out, Hibernian will be looking to rebound here.

Hibernian controlled 65% of the possession in that game and 3 of its 14 shots on goal were successful. Mykola Kukharevych was the lone scorer for Hibernian (70′).

Dundee United, on the other hand, made 10 attempts at goal, scoring three of them. Dundee United scored goals through Steven Fletcher (8′) and Jamie McGrath (90′).

In recent years, Hibernian have not given up all that often. The truth is that Hibernian has conceded goals in 5 of their past 6 games, totaling 13 goals. Time will tell if that pattern continues in this match because no two games are ever the same.

Hibernian’s last six league games have resulted in losses for them versus Hearts, according to an analysis of their prior performances. In their last two league games, they have failed to win at home.

Hearts and their traveling supporters will be hoping for a better outcome in this one after losing their previous match in Premiership competition against St Mirren.

Hearts had 66% of the possession in that game and made 16 efforts on goal, scoring on two of them. Three of the 15 shots St. Mirren took at goal were successful. For St Mirren, goals were scored by Alex Gogi (57′) and Curtis Main (52′).

The numbers speak for themselves: Hearts have allowed goals in 5 of their last 6 games, totaling 13 goals from the opposition. Hearts haven’t exactly been flawless in the back.

When playing Hibernian away from home, Hearts has not been successful in the previous two league games, according to their past performances.

For the previous six league games, they have not lost to Hibernian on the road. They have a great run of outcomes and have lost their last six league games when playing away from home.

Hibernian vs Hearts – Betting Analysis

Analyzing their previous head-to-head encounters, which date back to 01/02/2022, reveals that Hibernian has not had strong results in these games.

They haven’t been able to win anything at all, while Hearts have overwhelmed them and defeated them in 67% of those games.

They combined to score 15 goals over those matches, with 3 coming from The Hibees and 12 from The Jam Tarts. There are 2.5 goals scored on average per contest.

Lee Johnson, the manager of Hibernian, will be without the services of players Kyle Magennis (pelvis injury), Rocky Bushiri (ankle injury), Martin Boyle (knee surgery), and Aiden McGeady (hamstring injury).

David Marshall, Chris Cadden, CJ Egan-Riley, Will Fish, Marijan Cabraja, James Jeggo, Joe Newell, Harry McKirdy, Josh Campbell, Élie Youan, and Kevin Nisbet are likely to start for The Hibees in this game under a 4-2-3-1 formation.

Hearts must decide on a team with a constrained roster. The following individuals cannot be taken into consideration: Craig Gordon (fractured leg), Gary Mackay-Steven (foot surgery), Liam Boyce (ruptured cruciate ligament), Beni Baningime (injured cruciate ligament), and Craig Halkett (injured cruciate ligament). Due to his suspension, Robert Snodgrass will be unable to participate in this game.

Given their starting lineup of Ross Stewart, Michael Smith, Andrew Halliday, Kye Rowles, Stephen Kingsley, Jorge Grant, Peter Haring, Cameron Devlin, James Hill, Lawrence Shankland, and Alan Forrest, we lean toward believing that The Jam Tarts will use a 4-3-3 formation to open the game.

Hearts will undoubtedly be able to score goals against this Hibernian team, albeit it’s possible that they won’t give up as many as they do now.

 What are the best odds for the game?

Checking out the betting prices for the game in the 90-minute result market, a victory for Hibernian is best priced at 2.3, a bet on the game finishing all-square is 3.52 and putting your money on victory for Hearts will get you 3.03. They are the best of the market prices offered at the moment.

Hibernian vs Hearts – Head -to- Head

Hibernian vs Hearts

Our Prediction: Over 1.5 Goals

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