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Valdas Trakys takes a shot. Save by Marian Kello.
Centre by Calum Elliot, David Wotherspoon makes a clearance.
Corner taken left-footed by Rudolf Skacel.
Calum Elliot fouled by Jonathan Grounds, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Rudolf Skacel.
Ruben Palazuelos gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on David Wotherspoon. Free kick taken by Mark Brown.
Ryan Stevenson has shot on goal from a long way out that goes wide left.
Derek Riordan is shown a red card. Free kick awarded for a foul by Derek Riordan on Rudolf Skacel. Strike comes in from Ryan Stevenson from the free kick, blocked by Souleymane Bamba.
The referee penalises Michael Hart for handball. The free kick is delivered left-footed by Rudolf Skacel from left wing, Ian Murray manages to make a clearance.
Calum Elliot joins the action as a substitute, replacing Stephen Elliott.
The ball is delivered by Eggert Jonsson, Souleymane Bamba manages to make a clearance.
Foul by Edwin De Graaf on Ian Black, free kick awarded. Ian Black takes the direct free kick.
Ian Murray is brought on as a substitute for Lewis Stevenson.
Lewis Stevenson gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ian Black. Ismael Bouzid takes the direct free kick.
Ryan Stevenson comes on in place of David Templeton.
Kevin Kyle is shown a yellow card.
David Wotherspoon receives a caution.
David Templeton takes a shot. Jonathan Grounds gets a block in.
The ball is sent over by Paul Hanlon, comfortable save by Marian Kello.
Souleymane Bamba crosses the ball.
Valdas Trakys takes a shot. Ruben Palazuelos gets a block in.
The referee blows for offside against Kevin Kyle. Souleymane Bamba restarts play with the free kick.
The offside flag is raised against Kevin Kyle. Free kick taken by Souleymane Bamba.
A cross is delivered by Eggert Jonsson, Header by Ismael Bouzid from deep inside the penalty area misses to the left of the goal.
The referee blows for offside against Stephen Elliott. Mark Brown takes the free kick.
Stephen Elliott scores a goal from inside the penalty box to the bottom right corner of the goal. Hibernian 0-2 Hearts.David Templeton provided the assist for the goal.
(Hibernian) makes a substitution, with David Wotherspoon coming on for Daniel Galbraith. Handball decision goes against Lewis Stevenson. Ismael Bouzid restarts play with the free kick.
Derek Riordan produces a cross, Marian Kello makes a comfortable save.
Paul Hanlon takes a shot from long range clearing the crossbar.
Ruben Palazuelos challenges Daniel Galbraith unfairly and gives away a free kick. Michael Hart restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Lewis Stevenson by Ian Black. Direct free kick taken by Paul Hanlon.
Adrian Mrowiec goes into the referee's book. Liam Miller fouled by Adrian Mrowiec, the ref awards a free kick. Liam Miller produces a cross, Headed effort from inside the area by Paul Hanlon misses to the left of the target.
Corner taken right-footed by Derek Riordan from the left by-line, save by Marian Kello.
The ball is swung over by Jonathan Grounds.
Ian Black crosses the ball, Shot from deep inside the area by Rudolf Skacel clears the crossbar.
Ian Black produces a cross, Shot from deep inside the area by Rudolf Skacel clears the crossbar.
Lewis Stevenson challenges Stephen Elliott unfairly and gives away a free kick. Marian Kello takes the free kick.
The ball is crossed by Daniel Galbraith, clearance by Marius Zaliukas.
Foul by Adrian Mrowiec on Lewis Stevenson, free kick awarded. Derek Riordan crosses the ball in from the free kick, Kevin Kyle manages to make a clearance.
Stephen Elliott is caught offside. Indirect free kick taken by Paul Hanlon.
Marius Zaliukas challenges Valdas Trakys unfairly and gives away a free kick. Shot on goal comes in from Derek Riordan from the free kick, save by Marian Kello.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Adrian Mrowiec on Souleymane Bamba. Free kick taken by Souleymane Bamba.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Derek Riordan, save by Marian Kello.
Inswinging corner taken by Rudolf Skacel.
The ball is delivered by Jonathan Grounds, save by Marian Kello.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Ruben Palazuelos on Daniel Galbraith. Derek Riordan crosses the ball in from the free kick, Ismael Bouzid makes a clearance.
Stephen Elliott crosses the ball, save by Mark Brown.
John Rankin leaves the field to be replaced by Valdas Trakys.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on David Templeton by Liam Miller. Rudolf Skacel crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Rudolf Skacel from the right by-line, Liam Miller manages to make a clearance.
Foul by Ian Black on Daniel Galbraith, free kick awarded. John Rankin crosses the ball in from the free kick.
The offside flag is raised against Kevin Kyle. Indirect free kick taken by Paul Hanlon.
David Templeton challenges Michael Hart unfairly and gives away a free kick. John Rankin crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from right channel, Adrian Mrowiec manages to make a clearance.
The ball is sent over by Jonathan Grounds, save by Marian Kello.
A cross is delivered by Souleymane Bamba, clearance by Ruben Palazuelos.
The ball is sent over by Souleymane Bamba, Ruben Palazuelos manages to make a clearance.
Edwin De Graaf is given a yellow card. Edwin De Graaf concedes a free kick for a foul on David Templeton. Direct free kick taken by Marius Zaliukas.
Centre by John Rankin, clearance made by Adrian Mrowiec.
Adrian Mrowiec gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Michael Hart. The free kick is swung in left-footed by John Rankin, clearance by Kevin Kyle.
Souleymane Bamba produces a cross, clearance made by Marius Zaliukas.
Edwin De Graaf concedes a free kick for a foul on Adrian Mrowiec. Marius Zaliukas restarts play with the free kick.
Edwin De Graaf concedes a free kick for a foul on David Templeton. David Templeton crosses the ball from the free kick right-footed from left channel.
Souleymane Bamba challenges Rudolf Skacel unfairly and gives away a free kick. Strike comes in from Ian Black from the free kick, Corner taken by Rudolf Skacel from the right by-line, Daniel Galbraith gets a block in. Clearance made by Jonathan Grounds.
Corner taken by Rudolf Skacel, save made by Mark Brown.
David Templeton grabs a goal from inside the box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Hibernian 0-1 Hearts.
David Templeton grabs a goal from deep inside the penalty box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Hibernian 0-1 Hearts.
Edwin De Graaf produces a cross, Marian Kello makes a save.
David Templeton takes a shot. Mark Brown makes a save.
Derek Riordan concedes a free kick for a foul on Ismael Bouzid. Marian Kello takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Paul Hanlon by Stephen Elliott. Direct free kick taken by Mark Brown.
Outswinging corner taken by Rudolf Skacel from the left by-line, Liam Miller makes a clearance.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by John Rankin, Marian Kello makes a comfortable save.
Jonathan Grounds produces a cross, David Templeton manages to make a clearance.
The official flags Stephen Elliott offside. Mark Brown restarts play with the free kick.
Liam Miller challenges Ian Black unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Ismael Bouzid.
Daniel Galbraith delivers the ball.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by John Rankin from the right by-line, Headed effort from inside the area by Souleymane Bamba misses to the left of the goal.
Ian Black concedes a free kick for a foul on John Rankin. Derek Riordan crosses the ball from the free kick right-footed from right channel.
Stephen Elliott crosses the ball, clearance by Jonathan Grounds.
Derek Riordan gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ismael Bouzid. Free kick crossed right-footed by Ismael Bouzid.
The game gets underway.
The referee gets the second half started.
The first half comes to an end.
The match has reached full-time.
Nish doubtful for Hibs
Colin Nish remains a doubt as Hibernian host Hearts in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League on Sunday.
Striker Nish suffered an ankle injury in scoring during the 4-2 loss at Aberdeen in Colin Calderwood's first match in charge and missed last Saturday's 1-0 loss at Dundee United.
David Wotherspoon should be fit to return after missing out at Tannadice, with Graham Stack (back), Darryl Duffy (metatarsal) and Merouane Zemmama (knee) still out.
Calderwood has had supporters from both sides of the capital welcome him to Edinburgh ahead of the derby, where he will aim to put a smile on faces in Leith.
Calderwood takes charge of Hibs at Easter Road for the first time, having seen his side beaten in two away games since he succeeded John Hughes as boss.
The former Scotland defender will be seeking to become an instant success with Hibs fans in the north of the city, having had many well-wishers since his appointment last month.
Hearts fans have also been keen to make Calderwood's acquaintance.
"Predominantly it's been Hibernian fans who have said hello to me," said Calderwood.
"There have been a number who have said good luck and wished me well 'but I'm a Hearts fan'.
"I don't know what type of confession that is."
Calderwood is delighted with the application of his charges since he has come in and believes further collective improvement could earn a third win of the season, giving Hibs fans something to be happy about.
"We've got to make sure we know what our individual and unit jobs are and try to get a result that we're all after and put a smile on all Hibernian faces on Sunday afternoon," said Calderwood.
The players have been working hard to prove themselves to Calderwood in training.
"The more time you spend with them, the better you understand them," said the manager.
"You can see there's an edge to them and it must be because the Hearts game is coming up.
"They're very willing to impress and work hard in training."
Hearts winger Suso Santana is expected to be fit.
Santana missed two days of training following last Sunday's 3-0 loss at home to Kilmarnock but returned on Wednesday.
Boss Jim Jefferies has no other fresh concerns, with Andrew Driver (thigh), David Obua (groin) and Lee Wallace (knee) still absent.
Jefferies expects a positive showing from his Hearts side, believing his players should need no extra motivation to respond to last week's setback.
Hearts were distinctly second best against Killie and missed the opportunity to climb into third place in the SPL.
An unchanged side saw a two-match winning run ended by Killie, but Jefferies believes local bragging rights for the winners will be incentive enough for his side.
"We had a word on Monday and that was the end of it - pretty strong words, but there's no point harping on," said Jefferies.
"They were disappointed with their display.
"The same players just didn't perform on the day, didn't pass the ball well enough, didn't apply themselves good enough.
"By winning this Sunday, that would be the best way to shake it off and it should make the players more determined to bounce back.
"That's the only way we'll get it right - if we go and play well on Sunday and get a result.
"What you look for is a response - and what better way to get a response.
"I've said many times, if you need to be motivated or lifted by a game like this then you shouldn't be playing football.
"This is an easy one for the managers, because the players will be determined in both camps to get a result."
Jefferies has appeared in the derby as player and manager on many occasions but he will be crossing swords with Calderwood for the first time.
"It's Colin's first home game, so everyone will be up for it," Jefferies said.
"The first game he had only been in for a couple of days, but the week he had to work with his players he made them much more difficult to break down in the second game.
"They could've won the game if they scored the penalty, but they lost it.
"There's been an improvement.
"Any manager coming in gives the team a lift, a bit of freshness.
"They'll be difficult on Sunday, we know that.
"It's only his third game, but it will be a game both camps - managers, players, supporters - all want to win."
Hearts take derby spoils
David Templeton and Stephen Elliott were on target as Hearts defeated Hibernian 2-0 in the Edinburgh derby at Easter Road.
Templeton held off the challenge of three would-be tacklers as he cut in off his left wing before tucking in the 19th-minute opener for the visitors and Stephen Elliott netted a second from close range after 67 minutes.
Captain Derek Riordan was sent off after 88 minutes for a crude challenge on Rudi Skacel as Colin Calderwood's first home match in charge ended in defeat, leaving Hibs alongside St Mirren at the foot of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League table.
Referee Willie Collum was in charge of a second high-profile derby in a matter of weeks, but avoided controversy after being criticised for his officiating in last month's Old Firm derby by Celtic manager Neil Lennon.
However, there were two flares thrown on to the pitch and numerous coins in incidents which may be brought to the Scottish Football Association's attention.
Lennon was in attendance at Easter Road and will be fully aware of the danger posed by Templeton when his side travel to Tynecastle on Wednesday.
After Hibs - unchanged from the 1-0 loss at Dundee United - began on the attack without threatening Marian Kello in the visitors' goal, Templeton issued a warning for what was to come.
The 21-year-old winger - one of three changes to the starting XI from last week's 3-0 loss to Kilmarnock - cut in off the left flank and fired a right-foot shot from 25 yards straight at Mark Brown in the Hibs goal as the visitors had their first opportunity after 16 minutes.
But three minutes later he had put Hearts in front with a stunning solo goal.
Templeton picked up the ball in the left channel and shrugged off the challenge of Danny Galbraith, Michael Hart and Sol Bamba as he cut in on a diagonal run.
His pace carried him into the area before he tucked a right-foot finish low into Brown's goal.
The goal was greeted with Hearts fans throwing two flares on to the pitch, with proceedings delayed for around two minutes before they were extinguished by stewards.
Hearts looked the more likely to add to their advantage, but as Templeton's pace troubled Hibs once more, his run was brought to an abrupt end by De Graaf, the Hibs midfielder booked for the cynical foul.
Elliott then raced on to Kevin Kyle's through ball, but could not get the decisive touch under pressure from Jonathan Grounds and Paul Hanlon.
John Rankin spurned numerous free-kick opportunities, while Hibs striker Riordan opted to take the final set piece of the first half and too failed to find a team-mate.
Rankin was replaced at the interval by Lithuania striker Valdas Trakys, but still Hibs' set-pieces were poor, with Kello untroubled.
Kyle and Trakys wrestled with each other in the area following a Riordan free-kick with Hearts winning possession and Collum adjudging the challenge to be fair.
Skacel then shot acrobatically off target from Black's centre, with Elliott also looking to play the ball as Hearts spurned the chance of a second after 57 minutes.
David Wotherspoon replaced Galbraith as Calderwood looked for fresh attacking impetus after 66 minutes.
But immediately it was Hearts who scored as Kyle knocked down a long ball forward, Templeton centred and Elliott netted into the bottom corner.
Ismael Bouzid headed wide from Eggert Jonsson's cross as Hearts continued to press forward.
Kyle was booked for throwing the ball into an advertising board after winning a throw-in and Collum was handed what appeared to be a coin thrown from the Hibs section of fans.
Ryan Stevenson was introduced for Templeton after 80 minutes, with Hibs fans also beginning to leave the action, their side seemingly short of ideas.
Ian Murray was introduced for Lewis Stevenson as Calderwood made his third change after 84 minutes.
Elliot came on for goalscorer Elliott with four minutes remaining before Hart was penalised for hand ball after grappling with Ryan Stevenson on the left wing.
Riordan was shown a straight red card for a terrible challenge which pole-axed Skacel two minutes from time.
More coins were thrown as Skacel received treatment as Hibs were left to contemplate a record of two wins from 14 games this season.
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