Dundee vs Hibernian Live streaming Soccer tv Update
The fixture card kicks off in the city of Discovery on Tuesday, as Dundee host Hibernian at Dens. Wednesday sees Celtic on the verge of sealing the title as they head to Tannadice to take on Dundee United live on Sky Sports, Rangers welcome Ross County to Ibrox, and the battle for Europe rages on as Motherwell host their final home game of the season against third placed Hearts. The bottom is rounded off for this round as St. Johnstone face Aberdeen in Perth and St. Mirren welcome Livingston to Paisley.
Two of the biggest club's in Scotland will meet on Saturday.
But it will be a bottom six clash after both sides endured disappointing campaigns
Just two game days remaining in this season's cinch Premiership!
We've got all three top six fixtures kicking off on Wednesday, with one bottom six tie on Tuesday, and two on Wednesday..
Hibs currently sit in eight place on 41 points, with Aberdeen ninth on 39 points.
A win for Jim Goodwin's side in the capital would see them overtake the Easter Road side.
With Hibs' search for a manager continuing, David Gray will continue in temporary charge until the end of the season.
Football Scotland has provided all the key information for the Scottish Premiership clash.
Anything less than victory here for Dundee will consign them to relegation so with that in mind, the Dark Blues have no choice but to throw caution to the wind and go for it against Hibernian. The visitors have struggled in front of goal all season and are winless across their last two games. However, with Dundee forced to commit bodies forward at every opportunity in this match, Hibernian may well be afforded some joy themselves offensively with extra space expected to be available inside the opposition half. Despite that, Dundee are unlikely to go down without a fight and an entertaining clash looks in prospect. Back both teams to score, regardless of who picks up the points.
When Aberdeen and Hibs will learn Premier Sports Cup opponents as draw and fixture dates announced
Seven Premiership teams go into the hat for the group stage of the competition as the draw takes place later this month.
The draw for the Premier Sports Cup group stage will take place later this month as Aberdeen and Hibs are two of seven Premiership clubs in the hat.
The competition kicks off as usual in early July with Celtic, Rangers, Hearts and the other two sides who qualify for Europe to sit out the group phase.
The Premiership 's bottom six will definitely go in as will one of Dundee United, Ross County and Motherwell.
They'll be joined by the 30 teams in the Championship, League One and League Two as well as Highland League sides Fraserburgh and Buckie Thistle and Lowland League champions Bonnyrigg Rose.
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