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Matt Doherty concedes a free kick for a foul on Billy McKay. Greg Tansey takes the direct free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie by Leigh Griffiths. Graeme Shinnie takes the indirect free kick.
Outswinging corner taken right-footed by Greg Tansey played to the near post, Sam Stanton makes a clearance.
Shane Sutherland concedes a free kick for a foul on George Francomb. Free kick taken by David Stephens.
Shane Sutherland fouled by Matt Doherty, the ref awards a free kick. Greg Tansey delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from left wing. The official flags Richie Foran offside. Nick Ross is brought on as a substitute for Johnny Hayes. Paul Grant takes the indirect free kick.
Unfair challenge on Graeme Shinnie by Sam Stanton results in a free kick. Kenny Gillet takes the indirect free kick.
Leigh Griffiths fouled by Kenny Gillet, the ref awards a free kick. Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Leigh Griffiths, Ryan Esson makes a save.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Billy McKay. Paul Grant takes the indirect free kick.
Leigh Griffiths takes a shot. Ryan Esson makes a save. Inswinging corner taken right-footed by David Wotherspoon from the left by-line, Richie Foran makes a clearance.
Inswinging corner taken by Greg Tansey from the left by-line, clearance made by David Stephens.
Foul by Eoin Doyle on Kenny Gillet, free kick awarded. Kenny Gillet restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Richie Foran by Leigh Griffiths. Free kick taken by Ross Tokely.
David Wotherspoon gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Richie Foran. Direct free kick taken by Ross Tokely.
Unfair challenge on David Wotherspoon by Graeme Shinnie results in a free kick. Indirect free kick taken by Matt Doherty.
Eoin Doyle on for Roy O'Donovan.
Matt Doherty is penalised for handball and concedes a . Johnny Hayes scores a placed penalty. Inverness CT 2-0 Hibernian.
Greg Tansey takes a shot. Save by Paul Grant.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Greg Tansey from the left by-line, free kick awarded for a foul by Ross Tokely on Sean O'Hanlon. Paul Grant restarts play with the free kick.
Johnny Hayes produces a left-footed shot from long range that goes harmlessly over the bar.
Shane Sutherland is brought on as a substitute for Andrew Shinnie. (Inverness CT) makes a substitution, with Owain Tudur Jones coming on for Gregory Tade.
David Stephens gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Johnny Hayes. Caution for David Stephens. Greg Tansey finds the net with a goal direct from the free kick from outside the area to the bottom left corner of the goal. Inverness CT 1-0 Hibernian.
Sam Stanton is brought on as a substitute for Tom Soares.
Effort on goal by Kenny Gillet from long range goes harmlessly over the bar.
Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Tom Soares.
Tom Soares decides to take a short corner.
David Stephens gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Andrew Shinnie. Thomas Piermayr produces a strike on goal direct from the free kick.
Ross Tokely fouled by Tom Soares, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Ross Tokely.
Andrew Shinnie gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on George Francomb. Paul Grant restarts play with the free kick.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Johnny Hayes, clearance by Tom Soares.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Leigh Griffiths on Richie Foran. Ryan Esson takes the indirect free kick.
Johnny Hayes takes a shot. Save by Paul Grant.
Leigh Griffiths comes on in place of Garry O'Connor.
Ross Tokely concedes a free kick for a foul on Garry O'Connor. Free kick taken by George Francomb.
The offside flag is raised against Gregory Tade. Paul Grant takes the free kick.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Tom Soares, clearance made by Ross Tokely.
Tom Soares concedes a free kick for a foul on Richie Foran. Kenny Gillet takes the free kick.
David Wotherspoon challenges Richie Foran unfairly and gives away a free kick. Andrew Shinnie produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick.
George Francomb takes a shot. Save made by Ryan Esson. Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Tom Soares, Matt Doherty gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Gregory Tade. Ryan Esson takes the free kick.
Foul by Kenny Gillet on Matt Doherty, free kick awarded. Free kick crossed by Tom Soares, clearance made by Greg Tansey.
George Francomb concedes a free kick for a foul on Andrew Shinnie. George Francomb shown a yellow card. Johnny Hayes takes the free kick.
Gregory Tade gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Matt Doherty. Matt Doherty takes the free kick.
Corner taken right-footed by Tom Soares from the right by-line to the near post, clearance by Thomas Piermayr.
Roy O'Donovan fouled by Richie Foran, the ref awards a free kick. Tom Soares crosses the ball from the free kick right-footed from right wing, clearance by Kenny Gillet.
Andrew Shinnie is ruled offside. Paul Grant restarts play with the free kick.
Kenny Gillet challenges Garry O'Connor unfairly and gives away a free kick. Ivan Sproule crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Andrew Shinnie by David Wotherspoon results in a free kick. Free kick crossed left-footed by Greg Tansey from left channel. Richie Foran is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Free kick taken by Paul Grant.
Corner taken by Tom Soares.
Sean O'Hanlon concedes a free kick for a foul on Billy McKay. Free kick crossed by Greg Tansey. The referee blows for offside. Paul Grant restarts play with the free kick.
Richie Foran fouled by Tom Soares, the ref awards a free kick. Ross Tokely takes the free kick.
The offside flag is raised against Graeme Shinnie. Indirect free kick taken by Paul Grant.
Ivan Sproule is ruled offside. Free kick taken by Ryan Esson.
Greg Tansey decides to take the corner short.
Tom Soares challenges Richie Foran unfairly and gives away a free kick. Andrew Shinnie has a direct shot on goal from the free kick.
Foul by Roy O'Donovan on Richie Foran, free kick awarded. Greg Tansey delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from left wing, David Stephens manages to make a clearance.
Tokely prepared to fight for Inverness spot
Inverness defender Ross Tokely is determined to stay and fight for his place at the Caledonian Stadium.
Tokely has made nearly 500 appearances since joining from Huntly in 1996 and is out of contract in the summer.
The 33-year-old does not want Saturday's Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash against Hibernian to be his farewell match but he will not be content to sit on the bench next season.
Asked if he was hopeful of remaining at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, Tokely said: "Yeah, we have got a few things to discuss and we'll see.
"At my age I'm not wanting to be on the bench, or a squad player.
"I don't think I have the divine right to start every week but I should definitely get the chance to do that and if not then I'll look to get out and play somewhere else.
"I'll definitely fight for my place, if I'm not going to be a regular it won't be for me next year."
Inverness have no fresh concerns ahead of the clash against Hibernian, with defender Chris Hogg (knee) the only injury absentee.
Caley Thistle have not beaten Hibs this season and Tokely is determined to avoid a third straight defeat at home to Pat Fenlon's men.
"The last game was disappointing, we were the best on the day," he said.
"If you look at that game we lost bad goals from individual errors - one from myself, not being tight enough.
"We want to end the season on a high, put on a good performance and would be nice to score a few goals as well."
While his future is uncertain, the defender is relishing the thought of playing Irn-Bru First Division Champions Ross County if he stays next season.
"I've played in a lot of games over the years but to have the two north sides in the SPL is great for the area," he added.
"They were unbelievable this year, Derek (Adams) has done a great job. They will be very dangerous next year."
William Hill Scottish Cup finalists Hibernian are poised to make changes for the last league match of the campaign.
With the final against Hearts on May 19, James McPake (groin), Tom Soares (Achilles), Pa Kujabi (hamstring) and Jorge Claros (foot) are unlikely to be risked and are set to join Danny Galbraith (groin) and Graham Stack (thigh) in missing out.
Leigh Griffiths and David Wotherspoon are available again following suspension, while club captain Ian Murray could make a farewell appearance with his contract due to expire this summer.
Murray is has been troubled with a hip injury which has seen his involvement limited of late.
The 31-year-old defender has played three times under Fenlon, twice as a substitute in the latter stages of matches and the full 90 minutes in the January 2 loss to Hearts, his most recent appearance.
"I'm ready to play," Murray said.
"It's a tough game, probably not the ideal game we needed right now.
"Anyone that takes the park on Saturday, we're all looking to get in the squad for that cup final."
Hibs can finally consider the cup after securing SPL survival against Dunfermline this week.
Following the semi-final win over Aberdeen, Murray admitted he would have sacrificed Hibs' top-flight status for victory in the Scottish Cup. It is a stance he maintains.
He added: "For Hibs fans the cup final's bigger. The cup's massive for us.
"People have got that wee sneaky feeling that it might just about be our year, but Hearts of course will have other ideas.
"We all know how big it is. It's a chance to win silverware and a cup we've not won for so long.
"Hearts won it in 1998 and 2006, so they've tasted success and know how it feels.
"They're heavy favourites and they'll fancy themselves."
Fenlon has been preoccupied with SPL survival and is still to address the futures of his out-of-contract players and eight loan players, meaning Murray is still in the dark as he prepares for what could be his final game for Hibs.
"I've heard nothing from anyone," said Murray.
"I love playing for Hibs and I love being here, being from Edinburgh and supporting the club.
"But also I have to do what's right for myself and what's right for my family.
"If my future is here, fantastic. I'd love to be here for the rest of my career and move into coaching.
"But if the club turns around and says no, you have to go and look somewhere else... I'm fully confident in my own ability.
"I still think I've got at least three or four years left to give at a decent level for some team."
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