Hearts vs Hibernian Match Info
Match date: 6thApril 2019
Kick-Off: 12.30pm GMT
Stadium: Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh.
Hearts vs Hibernian Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
29 Dec 2018 Hibernian 0 – 1 Hearts
31 Oct 2018 Hearts 0 – 0 Hibernian
9 May 2018 Hearts 2 – 1 Hibernian
Matches played: 91
Hearts wins: 37
Hibernian wins: 25
Hearts vs Hibernian Stats
- Hearts have been rock-solid at home ground and suffered just one loss in seven outings since late January
- Hibs have enjoyed thrillers on the road too, with wins over Dundee (2-4), St Johnstone (1-2), and Livingston (1-2) on last three trips
- Jam have bagged two wins and a draw in the sides’ three head-to-head clashes in 2018
Hearts vs Hibernian Match Preview
Hearts head into a busy week late in the first phase of their Premiership campaign but in a great mood, as they have a top 6 spot in the bag and head into their mid-week clash at Rangers with three wins earned in four outings – with just a narrow loss at Hamilton seen along the way.
Indeed, the Jam have been scoring goals on the regular and we’ve seen them beat Partick Thistle (2-1) and Aberdeen (2-1) in two outings here since early March, as they made their way to FA Cup semi-finals and now sit seven points clear of 7th placed Motherwell. They are in for two tough challenges this week but we feel Craig Levein’s will show off their character.
Hibs have more to play for midway through the week as they take on Kilmarnock on the back of a two-match winning streak, where they beat chasers Motherwell (2-0) and Livingston (1-2) in two important outings ahead and after the International break, respectively.
Hibernian had no troubles playing on the road either and we’ve seen them only suffer a loss at Celtic (2-0) in their last five trips, with four wins also on the records. They’ve been conceding goals on the regular and this could feel worrying but an attacking line lately led by Stevie Mallan showed off as tough to outgun.
We will now stick with an exciting contest at Tynecastle but we don’t see a winner on the day and we’ll now go for a Draw, which comes at 9/4 with Paddy Power and feels like a solid approach to the fixture despite both sides looking to bag all three points.
We should be in for goals and this adds to such a belief, as we now also back a Yes on Both teams to score at 17/20 with William Hill after seeing both sides regularly scoring and conceding numbers of goals over the past couple of weeks.
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