Scottish Premiership

Hibernian vs Livingston 2021-22 Scottish Premiership

  • 6': Demetri Mitchell
  • 32': Christopher Cadden
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2 - 3
  • 18': Stephen Ayomide Obileye
  • 53': Jack Fitzwater
  • 59': Alan Forrest

Introduction

Hibernian are hosting Livingston at Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh, Scotland, starting on . The match is a part of the Scottish Premiership.

Match Commentary

  • 6': Goal! Hibernian 1, Livingston 0. Demetri Mitchell (Hibernian) right footed shot from the left side of the six yard box to the bottom left corner following a corner.
  • 18': Goal! Hibernian 1, Livingston 1. Ayo Obileye (Livingston) header from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Odin Bailey with a cross following a set piece situation.
  • 22': Substitution, Hibernian. Rocky Bushiri replaces Paul McGinn because of an injury.
  • 32': Goal! Hibernian 2, Livingston 1. Chris Cadden (Hibernian) right footed shot from a difficult angle and long range on the right to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Josh Campbell.
  • 45': Substitution, Livingston. Cristian Montaño replaces Jackson Longridge.
  • 53': Goal! Hibernian 2, Livingston 2. Jack Fitzwater (Livingston) header from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Joel Nouble with a headed pass.
  • 59': Goal! Hibernian 2, Livingston 3. Alan Forrest (Livingston) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Joel Nouble.
  • 65': Substitution, Hibernian. Jamie Murphy replaces Christian Doidge.
  • 65': Substitution, Hibernian. Chris Mueller replaces Josh Campbell.
  • 73': Substitution, Hibernian. Josh Doig replaces Lewis Stevenson.
  • 73': Substitution, Hibernian. James Scott replaces Demetri Mitchell.
  • 76': Jason Holt (Livingston) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 77': Substitution, Livingston. Bruce Anderson replaces Joel Nouble because of an injury.
  • 77': Substitution, Livingston. Andrew Shinnie replaces Scott Pittman.
  • 79': Jamie Murphy (Hibernian) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 89': Substitution, Livingston. Morgan Boyes replaces Alan Forrest.

Game Information

Competition: Scottish Premiership

Venue: Easter Road Stadium
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Attendance: 15,480

Scottish Premiership Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+48 Rangers 27 67 4
+42 Celtic 27 65 2
+8 Heart of Midlothian 27 51 8
+4 Kilmarnock 27 40 7
Full Table

Line-Ups

HIBS Hibernian (3-4-1-2)

No. Name
1 Matt Macey (GK)
5 Ryan Porteous
16 Lewis Stevenson
6 Paul McGinn
22 Jake Doyle-Hayes
32 Josh Campbell
80 Ewan Henderson
19 Demetri Mitchell
27 Christopher Cadden
9 Christian Doidge
15 Kevin Nisbet

LIV Livingston (4-3-3)

No. Name
32 Max Stryjek (GK)
6 Stephen Ayomide Obileye
5 Jack Fitzwater
3 Jackson Longridge
2 Nicky Devlin
18 Jason Holt Yellow Card
33 Stephane Omeonga
8 Scott Pittman
19 Joel Jonathan Nouble
17 Alan Forrest
14 Odin Bailey

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