Dundee United v Hibs: TV channel; kick-off time; team news; form guide; odds; referee
and live on Freeview channel 276
TV and ticket info
The game will be screened live on Sky Sports Football. Coverage begins at 11am. International subscribers can watch live on Hibs TV.
Some tickets are still available in the Jerry Kerr stand. Adult tickets cost £29. They can be purchased from the Hibs website.
Elie Youan returns to the squad after missing out last time around due to suspension.
There are no fresh injury concerns. Rocky Bushiri (ankle) and Kyle Magennis (pelvis) are hopeful of returning by the end of the year. Martin Boyle (knee) and Aiden McGeady (hamstring) are both out for the season.
Hibs are now on a three-game losing streak after going seven undefeated in the league. Dundee United haven’t won in ten in all competitions and have two points from four matches with Jim Goodwin in charge.
Hibs lost 1-0 at Tannadice earlier in the season but had a very strong record over the Tangerines in Dundee prior to that, winning five straight between August 2020 and December 2021.
Hibs manager Lee Johnson said: ““We know when we play well that we can infiltrate any backline in the division. We have to play on the front foot. It’s a unique ground and environment to play at. We will take a really good support and that’ll really help us. The next three games are big because we want to achieve something. It’s been a battle but we’re in the mix to have potential for success.
Dundee United boss Jim Goodwin said: “I know Lee will be hurting from the last three defeats and he'll no doubt be looking for a reaction for his players. So it should make for a very good, open, entertaining game on Sunday."
Dundee United 12/5, Draw 12/5, Hibs 23/20 with Bet365.
Hibs go into the match five points behind Hearts and four behind Aberdeen in the race for third place. Hearts host St Mirren while Aberdeen entertain Kilmarnock.