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Shot from just outside the box by Gary Harkins goes over the bar.
Outswinging corner taken right-footed by David Wotherspoon, clearance by Gary Irvine.
Shot on goal by John Baird from just inside the area clears the crossbar.
Alan Maybury challenges Gary Harkins unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Gary Harkins.
Eoin Doyle challenges Ryan Conroy unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Kyle Benedictus.
The offside flag is raised against Carl Finnigan. Indirect free kick taken by Ben Williams.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Alan Maybury on Carl Finnigan. Ryan Conroy fires a strike on goal direct from the free kick.
David Wotherspoon takes a corner.
Tom Taiwo goes off and Scott Robertson comes on.
David Wotherspoon grabs a headed goal from inside the area. Hibernian 1-0 Dundee.The assist for the goal came from Lewis Stevenson.
Ryan McGivern produces a cross, Effort on goal by Ross Caldwell from inside the penalty box misses to the right of the target.
Carl Finnigan challenges Paul Hanlon unfairly and gives away a free kick. Jorge Claros restarts play with the free kick.
Alex Harris goes off and David Wotherspoon comes on.
Corner taken right-footed by Alex Harris.
Carl Finnigan replaces Declan Gallagher.
Eoin Doyle replaces Leigh Griffiths.
Corner taken left-footed by Ryan Conroy from the right by-line, Ryan McGivern manages to make a clearance.
Paul Hanlon gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Nicky Riley. Ryan Conroy restarts play with the free kick.
The assistant referee signals for offside against John Baird. Jordon Forster takes the indirect free kick.
Outswinging corner taken by Ryan Conroy, Ryan McGivern manages to make a clearance.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Ryan Conroy from the right by-line, Alan Maybury makes a clearance.
Alan Maybury takes a shot. Save made by Steve Simonsen.
John Baird challenges Jordon Forster unfairly and gives away a free kick. Ben Williams restarts play with the free kick.
Nicky Riley on for Lewis Toshney.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on John Baird by Jorge Claros. Gary Irvine takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Kevin McBride by Jorge Claros results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Declan Gallagher.
A cross is delivered by Gary Harkins, Effort from deep inside the area by Ryan Conroy misses to the right of the target.
Shot from deep inside the area by Lewis Stevenson clears the crossbar.
Ryan Conroy comes on in place of Mark Kerr.
Leigh Griffiths has shot on goal from just outside the area which goes wide of the right-hand upright.
Effort from a long way out by Ross Caldwell goes wide right of the target.
Inswinging corner taken by James McAlister from the left by-line, Paul Hanlon manages to make a clearance.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Matthew Lockwood from the right by-line, save by Ben Williams.
Corner taken by Leigh Griffiths from the right by-line, clearance by Gary Irvine.
Tom Taiwo gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on James McAlister. Direct free kick taken by Mark Kerr.
Kyle Benedictus fouled by Leigh Griffiths, the ref awards a free kick. Steve Simonsen takes the free kick.
The offside flag is raised against Alex Harris. Steve Simonsen takes the free kick.
Alex Harris takes a shot. Save by Steve Simonsen.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Leigh Griffiths by James McAlister. Direct free kick taken by Alan Maybury.
Declan Gallagher gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Lewis Stevenson. Declan Gallagher receives a yellow card. Leigh Griffiths shoots direct from the free kick.
Corner from the left by-line taken by James McAlister, Ben Williams makes a save.
Outswinging corner taken by Leigh Griffiths from the left by-line, save by Steve Simonsen.
Alan Maybury challenges Kevin McBride unfairly and gives away a free kick. The ball is crossed by Kevin McBride, Gary Harkins produces a header from inside the area that goes over the bar.
Kevin McBride gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Tom Taiwo. Alan Maybury takes the free kick.
Outswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Leigh Griffiths.
Leigh Griffiths takes a shot. Save by Steve Simonsen.
Corner taken left-footed by Leigh Griffiths from the right by-line, Headed effort from deep inside the penalty area by Jordon Forster misses to the left of the goal.
Unfair challenge on Alan Maybury by James McAlister results in a free kick. Tom Taiwo takes the free kick.
Corner taken by Leigh Griffiths, Header on goal by Jordon Forster from inside the box goes harmlessly over the target.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Leigh Griffiths, Declan Gallagher makes a clearance.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jordon Forster by Gary Irvine. Paul Hanlon restarts play with the free kick.
Ryan McGivern challenges Gary Harkins unfairly and gives away a free kick. Steve Simonsen restarts play with the free kick.
Kevin McBride gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Jorge Claros. Jordon Forster restarts play with the free kick.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Lewis Toshney. Ben Williams takes the free kick.
Jordon Forster challenges Gary Harkins unfairly and gives away a free kick. Kyle Benedictus takes the direct free kick.
Effort from outside the penalty box by Leigh Griffiths goes wide left of the target.
The referee blows for offside against John Baird. Ben Williams restarts play with the free kick.
Leigh Griffiths delivers the ball, save made by Steve Simonsen.
The referee blows for offside. Indirect free kick taken by Ben Williams.
Griffiths extension a blow for Hibs
Any hopes Hibernian had of securing Leigh Griffiths for free this summer have been extinguished after Wolves confirmed they were taking up the option of extending his contract.
The 22-year-old has scored 28 goals this season on his second loan spell with Hibs and will collect the Scottish Football Writers' Association player of the year award on Sunday after winning the Clydesdale Bank Premier League award earlier this week.
Wolves, who have released Scotland defender Christophe Berra following their relegation to npower League One, signed Griffiths from Dundee in January 2011 on a two-and-a-half-year deal with the option for a further 12 months.
Griffiths, who made his Scotland debut in a friendly win over Luxembourg in November, has only made one substitute appearance for Wolves, who are without a manager after Dean Saunders left earlier this month.
Griffiths could come back into the team for Hibernian's final Premier League game of the season at home to Dundee on Saturday after being rested during the midweek win over Kilmarnock.
Manager Pat Fenlon already knows the vast majority of the side he will charge with lifting the William Hill Scottish Cup for the first time in 111 years against Celtic.
However, with over a week to go until the Hampden showpiece and the likes of Tim Clancy and James McPake doubts through injury, the Irishman has urged his players not to blow their last chance to force their way into his thinking.
On the back of two successive wins, Fenlon wants another impressive performance against Dundee to cap an inconsistent SPL campaign.
"I would suggest I have the balance of my team in my head and most of it ready to go," he said.
"But you are always mindful that people can get injured and things can happen in games, so you need to be open-minded in that regard.
"We have one or two injuries that we need to keep an eye on and, of course, there is always a chance someone can change things.
"You have seen that over the last few weeks with a few of the younger players coming in and performing really well - and we are looking for that to continue.
"We need people to perform and you never know what that could lead to, if you perform to the best of your levels then things can change during the week."
Ross Caldwell, the match-winner in Sunday's Edinburgh derby, Danny Handling, Jordon Forster and the exceptional Alex Harris, just 18, have been among those who have made an impressive charge to be involved against Celtic.
Fenlon said: "I probably thought, a few months ago, that we would try to get the younger boys a game towards the end of the season. Whether they would be ready to play in a couple final - I probably didn't think so.
"But they have come in and been absolutely fantastic. The four that have made the jump at the moment have done really well and Alex particularly, given the amount of games he has played, has been remarkably consistent.
"Jordon has come in and played really well in a difficult position, while Danny and Caldwell have been fantastic in contributing bits and pieces.
"I have no problem throwing any of the young lads in (for the cup final). We threw them into Tynecastle and that is a hard place to play and they performed really really well."
Dundee midfielder Nicky Riley is back from suspension but long-term absentees Stephen O'Donnell (knee) and Jamie McCluskey (Achilles) are still out. Rab Douglas, Don Cowan and Davide Grassi have left the club.
Dundee manager John Brown maintains there is no chance his side will down tools away to Hibernian.
The Dark Blues, who could be handed a top-flight reprieve when the SPL meets on Monday to discuss whether Hearts have fallen foul of rules regarding the apparent insolvency of owners UBIG, lost their battle to stay up two weeks ago.
But Brown insists his side are not about to treat their trip to Easter Road as a meaningless end-of-season encounter.
Brown said: "We want to win this game as we do every game.
"We aren't in holiday mode or anything like that.
"Just because it's the last day of the season doesn't mean it's one we're not focusing on.
"We're going to give it 100% as usual because that's what I'll be demanding and so will the fans.
"It's always nice to finish the season with a win as it means you go off with a positive vibe.
"That's our aim and we'll go there looking for victory over Hibs."
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