Hearts celebrate Rudi Skacel's goal in the 2-1 Scottish Cup semi-final win over Celtic
Here, we look back at some of the Tynecastle side's most memorable victories over the Hoops in the last three decades...
Kyle Lafferty scored the only goal as Hearts beat the double-treble winners at Tynecastle during their early run of form that saw them top the table.
Hearts ran riot as they brought Celtic's 69-game unbeaten run to a shuddering halt. 16-year-old Harry Cochrane scored the opener before Kyle Lafferty and David Milinkovic (x2) also got on the scoresheet
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Hearts set up a mouthwatering all-Edinburgh Scottish Cup final with a late, late win over Celtic in the semis. Craig Beattie scored an injury-time penalty, before THIS celebration...
Hearts travelled to Parkhead for this League Cup quarter-final, with a brace from Andrius Velicka in the last 13 minutes securing victory for the Jambos under coach Stevie Frail.
Hearts spoiled Celtic's title-winning party as Kestutis Ivaskevicius, Andrew Driver and Michal Pospisil gave them a 3-1 win, with ex-Jambos captain Steven Pressley replying for the Hoops
Roman Bednar did the damage as Hearts went joint-top of the SPL with this win. Managers Gordon Strachan and John McGlynn were sent to the stand as a Neil Lennon error gifted Hearts the winner
Hearts took a big step towards a second-place finish with this win in which they went 2-0 up inside the first 10 minutes and kept a clean sheet, eventually finishing a point clear of Rangers in third.
Hearts were two goals up inside 20 minutes at Parkhead, with ex-Celtic striker Mark Burchill netting the second. The Jambos held on to record a fine win and clean sheet.
Colin Cameron's late penalty capped an incredible comeback from Hearts as they overturned a two-goal deficit to win 3-2 and helped secure a third-place finish.
Hearts' second league win of the season over Celtic, with Scott Crabbe and John Millar on target for the Jambos despite John Collins pulling one back with five minutes to play
David Hagen's second-half goal was hugely instrumental in Hearts avoiding relegation. The Jambos finished just 7 points clear of basement side Dundee United but were just 10 points off third as well.
Hearts recorded a comprehensive victory over Celtic at Tynecastle thanks to goals from George Wright, Craig Levein and Scott Crabbe. The Jambos eventually finished second.