Hibs v Livingston: how could Neil Lennon's team line up tomorrow?

Hibs host Livingston at Easter Road on Saturday hoping for a fourth game unbeaten.

Friday, 21st December 2018, 12:27 pm
Updated Friday, 21st December 2018, 12:36 pm
A general view of Easter Road stadium

Adam Bogdan will come back into the starting line-up after Ofir Marciano's injury against Rangers but who else could start for the Hibees?

The Hungarian 'keeper will return to the starting line-up in place of Ofir Marciano, after a strong display off the bench against Rangers.
The veteran utility man is likely to hold onto his spot at right-back after two decent showings against Celtic and Rangers.

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Captained the side against Celtic and Rangers and is likely to keep the armband. Will have his hands full with Dolly Menga and Ryan Hardie.
Another barnstorming display against Rangers as Hibs kept a third clean sheet on the trot. Chastised for wild challenge on Lassana Coulibaly but his no-nonsense approach will be vital against Livingston.
Put in a good shift against Celtic and Rangers and will be tasked with continuing his good form when facing Nicky Cadden on Saturday.
Australian midfielder could come in to the team in place of Stevie Mallan as Neil Lennon looks to freshen up a midfield that has worked hard over the last couple of weeks.
The American midfielder stood out against Celtic and while he was quieter against Rangers, his talent could be vital to Hibs' chances of taking something from the game tomorrow.
The Irish international played the first 45 against Rangers before making way for Milligan, but he could retain his starting berth as Neil Lennon plots a way past Livingston.
The Lithuanian midfielder is really coming onto a game, scoring the opener against Celtic and putting in a good shift against Rangers. Expected to start on the right of a midfield diamond.
Swiss striker got back amongst the goals against Celtic and while he couldn't find the net against Rangers, he'll hope to breach the Livingston rearguard on Saturday.
The speed merchant made a second-half appearance against Rangers but could be pitched in from the start to give youngster Oli Shaw a rest.