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Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James Fowler by Roy O'Donovan. David Wotherspoon is shown a yellow card. Direct free kick taken by Lewis Toshney.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Liam Kelly, clearance made by Matt Doherty.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Ben Gordon from the left by-line, clearance made by Matt Doherty.
Gary Harkins leaves the field to be replaced by Mohamadou Sissoko.
A cross is delivered by Paul Hanlon, Cameron Bell makes a save.
Lee Johnson concedes a free kick for a foul on Mark Brown. Mark Brown restarts play with the free kick.
Gary Harkins concedes a free kick for a foul on Isaiah Osbourne. Isaiah Osbourne takes the direct free kick.
Corner taken left-footed by Leigh Griffiths.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by David Wotherspoon from the right by-line, clearance by Michael Nelson.
Eoin Doyle comes on in place of Pa Saikou Kujabi.
Leigh Griffiths sends in a cross.
James McPake challenges Dean Shiels unfairly and gives away a free kick. James McPake goes into the book for unsporting behaviour. Lee Johnson delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from right channel, James McPake manages to make a clearance.
Leigh Griffiths takes a shot. Save made by Cameron Bell.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James Fowler by Roy O'Donovan. Dean Shiels takes the direct free kick.
David Silva concedes a free kick for a foul on Pa Saikou Kujabi. David Wotherspoon comes on in place of Ivan Sproule. Matt Doherty takes the free kick.
Lewis Stevenson produces a cross, save made by Cameron Bell.
Pa Saikou Kujabi gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on James Dayton. David Silva is brought on as a substitute for James Dayton. Ryan O'Leary takes the direct free kick.
Inswinging corner taken by Leigh Griffiths, Effort on goal by Jorge Claros from inside the area goes harmlessly over the bar.
Unfair challenge on Lewis Stevenson by Lee Johnson results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Leigh Griffiths.
Pa Saikou Kujabi delivers the ball, clearance made by Lee Johnson.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Ryan O'Leary on Roy O'Donovan. James McPake takes the direct free kick.
Foul by James Dayton on James McPake, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Mark Brown.
Lee Johnson on for Danny Racchi.
Inswinging corner taken by Lewis Stevenson from the right by-line.
The ball is sent over by Ivan Sproule, Ryan O'Leary makes a clearance.
(Hibernian) makes a substitution, with Roy O'Donovan coming on for Garry O'Connor.
Caution for Liam Kelly.
Leigh Griffiths takes a shot.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Pa Saikou Kujabi on Ryan O'Leary. Direct free kick taken by Ryan O'Leary.
Foul by Lewis Stevenson on Lewis Toshney, free kick awarded. Ryan O'Leary restarts play with the free kick.
Jorge Claros concedes a Penalty for a foul on Liam Kelly. Placed penalty scored by Dean Shiels. Hibernian 0-1 Kilmarnock.Assist by Liam Kelly.
Garry O'Connor has an effort at goal from the edge of the area that misses to the right of the target.
Foul by James Dayton on Lewis Stevenson, free kick awarded. Pa Saikou Kujabi takes the free kick.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Ivan Sproule, save by Cameron Bell.
Inswinging corner taken by Leigh Griffiths from the right by-line, James Fowler makes a clearance.
Corner from right by-line taken by Jorge Claros.
Leigh Griffiths takes a inswinging corner from the right by-line played to the near post, clearance made by Lewis Toshney.
Dean Shiels challenges Isaiah Osbourne unfairly and gives away a free kick. Isaiah Osbourne takes the direct free kick.
Ivan Sproule gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on James Dayton. Danny Racchi takes the free kick.
Inswinging corner taken by Leigh Griffiths, clearance made by Ryan O'Leary.
Shot from 12 yards by Leigh Griffiths. Ryan O'Leary gets a block in.
Ivan Sproule takes a inswinging corner.
Effort on goal by Jorge Claros from inside the area goes harmlessly over the bar.
Effort from deep inside the area by Leigh Griffiths misses to the right of the goal.
Corner taken by Leigh Griffiths, Liam Kelly makes a clearance.
Ivan Sproule takes the inswinging corner, clearance by Ryan O'Leary.
Inswinging corner taken by Jorge Claros, Ryan O'Leary manages to make a clearance.
Leigh Griffiths produces a right-footed shot from just outside the area that goes harmlessly over the target.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Garry O'Connor by Ryan O'Leary. Shot comes in from Paul Hanlon from the free kick, save by Cameron Bell.
Garry O'Connor challenges James Fowler unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Dean Shiels.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Liam Kelly on Leigh Griffiths. Leigh Griffiths crosses the ball in from the free kick, Lewis Toshney makes a clearance.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Lewis Toshney on Lewis Stevenson. Paul Hanlon crosses the ball in from the free kick, clearance made by Michael Nelson.
Dean Shiels takes the inswinging corner, clearance by Lewis Stevenson.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Ivan Sproule on Dean Shiels. Michael Nelson takes the direct free kick.
Leigh Griffiths is shown a yellow card.
Inswinging corner taken by Danny Racchi from the right by-line, Effort from the edge of the penalty box by Danny Racchi goes wide of the right-hand upright.
James Dayton sends in a cross, clearance made by Matt Doherty.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by James Dayton, save made by Mark Brown.
Corner taken by James Dayton from the left by-line, save made by Mark Brown.
James McPake concedes a free kick for a foul on Gary Harkins. Dean Shiels restarts play with the free kick.
Lewis Stevenson has an effort at goal from just outside the box which goes wide of the left-hand upright.
Fenlon warns Hibs players
Manager Pat Fenlon insists Scottish Cup finalists Hibernian are "nowhere near safe" from relegation from the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
Fenlon is within 90 minutes of ending Hibs' 110-year wait for Scottish Cup glory, but knows Sunday's match with Kilmarnock could prove to be a key moment in their season as they seek to survive at the expense of Dunfermline.
"The focus is about survival and we're nowhere near safe at the moment," Fenlon said.
"The mind should be focused on what the job is. We're second last in the league. It doesn't need much more than that at the moment.
"We've played Kilmarnock a few times since I've been here and the games have been really, really tight.
"One of them we were lucky enough to win, the others we did okay in."
Hibs beat Killie in the William Hill Scottish Cup fifth round in February, one of just two home wins this term, and at Rugby Park in the SPL in the same month.
The September defeat of St Johnstone is the only SPL triumph at Easter Road this term and Fenlon is eager for success in the two home matches remaining - Sunday's and the May 7 meeting with the Pars which could have a bearing on relegation.
"As a group we want to improve our record at home for the remainder of the season, which is only two games, and for next season," he added.
"It's important we approach the game in the right manner.
"The last time we played Kilmarnock away we did quite well against them (winning 3-1).
"We've got to approach it similarly this time."
Hibs are set to finish the season without goalkeeper Graham Stack, who tore a thigh muscle against Aberdeen in last week's semi-final win.
Former Celtic and Rangers goalkeeper Mark Brown came off the bench and is set to start against Killie.
Tom Soares (Achilles) is a doubt but his fellow midfielder Lewis Stevenson is available again after missing Hampden trip through suspension.
Kilmarnock midfielder Dean Shiels faces his former club at Easter Road but he admits he might revert to being a Hibernian fan next month.
Shiels, still a popular figure among the Hibs support, was delighted to see the Leith club beat Aberdeen to set up their Scottish Cup final against Hearts.
The Northern Ireland international, who played for Hibs from 2004-9, said: "I might go to the game. It would be great to see Hibs win it.
"Being at the club, I know how much it means to the fans. The Scottish Cup every year was all about another chance to win the cup because it has been so long.
"So it would be great for the fans and I've still got a lot of friends there, Ivan Sproule, Ian Murray, people like that. It would be great for the whole club to win it."
Hibs have not won the trophy since 1902 and have not beaten their Edinburgh rivals in 10 games, losing seven out of the last eight derbies.
But Shiels said: "We play them on Sunday so I don't want to give them confidence but I think they've got a great chance.
"We have watched a bit of their video and they looked as if they played very well against Aberdeen in the semis last weekend.
"They have got a lot of quality still. Although they are down around the bottom, they have still got the quality to win on the day."
Killie manager Kenny Shiels, who is without injured strikers Paul Heffernan (groin) and Dieter van Tornhout (hip/hamstring), along with midfielder Garry Hay (knee), expects a tough afternoon against Fenlon's side.
"If you look at the way they invested in the window, their chairman has backed the new manager," he said.
"He has got players who are huge investments, from the Premier League in England. That's why they are doing well.
"I'm not surprised they are doing well, they have one of the best squads of players in the league.
"I was in for a few of their players and they were way out of our budget.
"It's an example of someone investing in something, getting them out of relegation and getting them to a cup final."
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