Hibs vs Celtic FC




Ruling League Cup champions Celtic will go head to head with a battling Hibs on Saturday at Hampden Park. Could the Easter Road stop the Hoops' streak in this challenge? 

Hibs will play this semi-last game in the wake of anchoring together 6 back to back draws, with the last 5 coming in the group. Their first draw came against Kilmarnock in the past round of this challenge and they have neglected to win in their last 10 matches. 

Their last 5 games have neglected to end goalless, with Paul Heckingbottom's side scoring and yielding a normal of 1.4 objectives. In the League Cup, the Hibees completed over Group C with 11 points, winning 3 of their 4 gathering stage games and drawing the other, taking the reward point all the while. The Edinburgh club required extra-time to beat Greenock Morton in the principal take out round, additionally crushing Kilmarnock on punishments following a goalless 120 minutes. 

The weight will all be on Celtic as they attempt and make it to their fourth back to back League Cup last, neglecting to lose in this challenge since slamming out to Ross County in January 2016. Given their ongoing structure in all rivalries, the Hoops seem as though they'll make it. 

The Hoops have played only twice in the cup since the beginning of the period, barely beating Dunfermline Athletic 2-1 in extra-time before whipping Partick Thistle 5-0 in the following round toward the finish of September. Since their destruction to Livingston toward the beginning of October, Neil Lennon's side has proceeded to score an incredible 16 objectives and surrendered only once to Lazio.





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