How the Hibs players performed in September - ranked in order

We've compiled an average rating for every Hibs player from our man-by-man articles for each match in September - find out which Easter Road first-team stars are performing best

By Peter Wales
Thursday, 3rd October 2019, 1:03 pm
Hibs first-team squad 2019/20

Every player to make an appearance in a match in September has been included

Played just once, as an auxiliary centre-back against Celtic, but turned in a fine display against the champions
Played just half an hour against Celtic but performed admirably against Odsonne Edouard and co before being subbed off with an injury

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On-loan 'keeper was handed surprise start in the derby but helped Hibs to Betfred Cup shoot-out win over Kilmarnock and performed well against Celtic
Porto's return to the first-team fold has coincided with an overall improvement and a hardier defence. It's not a coincidence.
Has steadily improved since league defeat at Kilmarnock and kept James Forrest quiet in 1-1 draw with Celtic
Ran himself into the ground against Kilmarnock in the League Cup and engineered goal against Celtic. Will hope to kick on from here.
Benched against Kilmarnock but back with a bang against Celtic as glorious pass led to opener. Rest has done him the world of good.
Part of defence that had shipped a worrying number of goals but looks to be regaining confidence and calmness
Midfielder has performed well enough in midfield for Paul Heckingbottom's side
The Swede is still getting up to speed but looks to be a shrewd acqusition
Irish winger has played in every game so far and will hope his form takes an upward turn along with the rest of the team
Defender has returned from injury and performed well against Kilmarnock and Celtic
Just one September appearance for Ofir Marciano, in the 2-0 defeat to Kilmarnock at Rugby Park
On-loan Rangers winger featured against Kilmarnock and Celtic and will hope to hold onto his starting berth for the trip to Aberdeen
Injured against Hearts but should be fit for weekend trip to Pittodrie
Returned after a run of five games on the bench with sub appearances against Kilmarnock and Celtic
Striker was benched for trip to Kilmarnock and remained there for visit of Celtic
Wonder strike against Hearts but ultimately counted for nothing. Has been an ever-present in the league so far
Youngster was handed first taste of action since August with second-half run-out at Kilmarnock but missed penalty in shoot-out