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Foul by Sam Parkin on James McPake, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Ben Williams.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Gary Teale, Shot by Steven Thompson from inside the six-yard box clear the bar.
Effort from the edge of the area by Tom Taiwo goes wide of the left-hand post.
The ball is delivered by Tom Taiwo, Leigh Griffiths grabs a goal from close in to the bottom left corner of the goal. Hibernian 3-3 St Mirren.Assist on the goal came from Tom Taiwo.
(Hibernian) makes a substitution, with David Wotherspoon coming on for Danny Handling.
Marc McAusland finds the net with a brilliant headed goal from close range. Hibernian 2-3 St Mirren.Gary Teale provided the assist for the goal.
Inswinging corner taken by Gary Teale from the left by-line, Jorge Claros makes a clearance.
The official flags Sam Parkin offside. Ben Williams restarts play with the free kick.
The referee blows for offside. Free kick taken by Paul Dummett.
The referee blows for offside. Craig Samson takes the indirect free kick.
Marc McAusland finds the net with a headed goal from inside the six-yard box. Hibernian 2-2 St Mirren.Assist by Steven Thompson.
Short corner taken by Gary Teale.
A cross is delivered by Gary Teale, clearance made by Paul Hanlon.
The ball is swung over by Esmael Goncalves, save made by Ben Williams.
Jorge Claros takes a shot. Save by Craig Samson.
Leigh Griffiths takes a shot. Save by Craig Samson.
Gary Teale challenges Leigh Griffiths unfairly and gives away a free kick. Leigh Griffiths crosses the ball in from the free kick, clearance by Paul Dummett.
Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Leigh Griffiths, Gary Teale manages to make a clearance.
Ross Caldwell scores a goal from the edge of the penalty box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Hibernian 2-1 St Mirren.Assist on the goal came from Danny Handling.
Ross Caldwell comes on in place of Eoin Doyle.
Shot from outside the box by Gary Teale misses to the left of the target.
Corner taken by Gary Teale from the right by-line, Jorge Claros makes a clearance.
Sam Parkin takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Save by Ben Williams.
Eoin Doyle produces a right-footed shot from just outside the box that goes wide right of the goal.
Esmael Goncalves is cautioned by the ref for leaving the field of play without the referee's permission. A goal is scored by Esmael Goncalves from close range to the bottom right corner of the goal. Hibernian 1-1 St Mirren.
Corner taken by Gary Teale played to the near post, Danny Handling makes a clearance. Conor Newton has an effort at goal from outside the penalty area which goes wide right of the goal.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Paul Hanlon on Paul McGowan. Marc McAusland takes the free kick.
A cross is delivered by Alex Harris. John McGinn leaves the field to be replaced by Sam Parkin.
Effort from the edge of the penalty area by Paul McGowan goes wide of the left-hand post.
Effort from inside the area by Danny Handling misses to the left of the goal. Alex Harris takes a shot. Blocked by James McPake.
Conor Newton concedes a free kick for a foul on Eoin Doyle. Free kick crossed left-footed by Leigh Griffiths, clearance by Steven Thompson.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Esmael Goncalves on Alan Maybury. Direct free kick taken by Leigh Griffiths.
Eoin Doyle has an effort at goal from outside the box which goes wide left of the target.
Unfair challenge on Paul McGowan by Tom Taiwo results in a free kick. The free kick is swung in right-footed by Gary Teale, clearance made by Paul Hanlon.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on John McGinn by Danny Handling. Paul Dummett restarts play with the free kick.
Danny Handling crosses the ball, Jorge Claros takes a shot. Save made by Craig Samson.
Leigh Griffiths is caught offside. Craig Samson takes the free kick.
A cross is delivered by John McGinn, clearance by Ryan McGivern.
Corner taken left-footed by Leigh Griffiths from the right by-line, Conor Newton manages to make a clearance.
The referee blows for offside. Ben Williams takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Conor Newton by Alex Harris results in a free kick. Jorge Claros receives a caution for unsporting behaviour. Shot comes in from Graham Carey from the free kick.
Jorge Claros concedes a free kick for a foul on David van Zanten. Marc McAusland restarts play with the free kick.
The referee blows for offside against Esmael Goncalves. Free kick taken by Ben Williams.
Leigh Griffiths scores a fantastic goal from just inside the penalty area to the top right corner of the goal. Hibernian 1-0 St Mirren.The assist for the goal came from Danny Handling.
Leigh Griffiths takes a shot. Save made by Craig Samson.
Handball by Paul McGowan. Ben Williams restarts play with the free kick.
Corner taken by Leigh Griffiths from the right by-line, Conor Newton makes a clearance.
Free kick awarded for a foul by David van Zanten on Alex Harris. Direct free kick taken by Leigh Griffiths, Steven Thompson delivers the ball. A cross is delivered by Ryan McGivern, Craig Samson makes a clearance.
Tom Taiwo concedes a free kick for a foul on Esmael Goncalves. Graham Carey takes the direct free kick.
Paul Hanlon challenges Steven Thompson unfairly and gives away a free kick. Paul McGowan takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Eoin Doyle on Paul McGowan. Craig Samson takes the free kick.
Leigh Griffiths takes a inswinging corner from the right by-line played to the near post, Shot on goal by Eoin Doyle from just inside the area clears the crossbar.
Foul by Esmael Goncalves on Danny Handling, free kick awarded. Alan Maybury takes the free kick.
John McGinn takes a shot. Save by Ben Williams.
David van Zanten fouled by Eoin Doyle, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by David van Zanten.
Shot by Gary Teale from outside the box goes over the net.
Eoin Doyle concedes a free kick for a foul on Paul McGowan. Marc McAusland takes the direct free kick.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Leigh Griffiths from the right by-line, clearance made by Paul Dummett.
Leigh Griffiths is ruled offside. Free kick taken by Marc McAusland.
The ball is delivered by Leigh Griffiths, Paul Dummett manages to make a clearance. Outswinging corner taken by Leigh Griffiths, clearance made by Conor Newton.
No bias in PFA vote - Stevenson
Hibernian defender Lewis Stevenson has added his voice to the continuing row surrounding the PFA Scotland player of the year nominations by claiming he would have no qualms voting for a Hearts player.
The absence of Celtic players from the four-man short-list, which includes Hibs striker Leigh Griffiths, Motherwell striker Michael Higdon, Inverness midfielder Andrew Shinnie and Aberdeen striker Niall McGinn, has not gone down well at Parkhead.
Hoops boss Neil Lennon described the outcome of the vote as "abysmal" while Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew, who won it last year, called it "baffling", even though seven Hoops players received nominations from their fellow professionals with midfielder Victor Wanyama up for the young player award.
Kilmarnock boss Kenny Shiels stoked the furore when asked about Lennon's complaints, saying: "Celtic make a song and dance about everything, don't they? Paranoid FC."
Stevenson, ahead of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with St Mirren at Easter Road, where one point will keep the Buddies safe from relegation at the expense of Dundee, insists he keeps an open mind when casting his vote.
"I'm sure I did vote for a Celtic player," he said. "I think I voted Wanyama and Higdon - you get two choices - and I'm sure I voted Wanyama for young player.
"If a Hearts player was a stand-out I would have no problem voting for him.
"It would be hard for me to vote for a Hearts player but he is a professional player and you wouldn't vote against him because he is a Hearts player.
"It was hard to pick a Celtic player because there are a lot of them that good, it is hard to single any of them out.
"But you can see why Leigh has been voted. He has stood out head and shoulders above the rest of us, him and Ben Williams.
"I'm sure Ben has the chance of being in the team of the year."
Defender Ryan McGivern returns from suspension for the clash.
Gary Deegan (foot) and Scott Robertson (knock) have returned to training this week so could be back in contention.
Manager Pat Fenlon will consider giving defender Tim Clancy and midfielder Kevin Thomson a rest.
Meanwhile, St Mirren striker Esmael Goncalves admits he still does not know if he will be waving goodbye to the Paisley club's adoring supporters this summer.
The on-loan Rio Ave frontman has enjoyed a sensational short-term stint in Scotland since arriving from Portugal in January.
The 21-year-old struck just seven minutes into his debut in the Scottish Communities League Cup semi-final victory over Clydesdale Bank Premier League champions Celtic.
Then he bagged another goal as the Buddies overcame Hearts 3-2 in the final to secure their first major trophy for 26 years.
All in all, Goncalves has struck six times in 11 outings for Danny Lennon's men but that form has convinced his paymasters in his homeland to recall him once his loan spell is up and try to cash in on his impressive figures.
Lennon admitted, however, that he has not given up hope of securing another loan spell and the former Nice attacker admits his future destination is uncertain.
Asked if he was preparing for his final four games in black and white, Goncalves told Press Association Sport: "It's the last four games of the season - after that, I don't know.
"If the opportunity was there to stay, I'd like that because I have really enjoyed my time in Scotland. But all I know is that Rio Ave want to sell me.
"You never know what could happen. I'm not sure about another loan deal but if they told me to come back here to St Mirren, I'd be happy. The fans really like me and I feel good here.
"If I go, though, I will miss Scotland, and especially the St Mirren fans. I really love the St Mirren fans."
Goncalves returns to the Saints line-up for the trip to Easter Road having sat out games against Kilmarnock and Dundee through suspension.
Lennon will have to do without his skipper Jim Goodwin following his dismissal against Dundee last week, with Lee Mair likely to take his place.
Long-term absentees Darren McGregor, David Barron and Thomas Reilly, meanwhile, all remain unavailable.
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