The numbers behind Paul Heckingbottom's Hibs tenure - including the one surprising player who has featured in every game

Hibs go into the Edinburgh derby on Sunday in ninth place with under pressure boss Paul Heckingbottom in desperate need of three points.

Monday, 16th September 2019, 5:42 pm

Since taking over from Neil Lennon in February, the Englishman has gone from the high of leading the club into the top six when it appeared beyond them, plus their first win at Tynecastle over rivals Hearts since 2013, to the low of having fans call for his sacking. We look at the numbers behind the former Leeds United and Barnsley boss' tenure.

Wins - 12 | Draws - 5 | Losses - 7
41.2 per cent (only games won in 90 minutes)

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3-0 v Arbroath in the Betfred Cup.
6-1 loss to Rangers at Ibrox earlier this season.
Won one and drawn one. Led Hibs to their first Tynecastle success over Hearts since 2013.
Heckingbottom is yet to lead Hibs to a win over either Celtic or Rangers in five attempts in all competitions. There have been two draws and three defeats.
In 10 league games against the rest of last season's top six, Hibs have won just once. A 2-1 win over Hearts. There have been four draws and five defeats.
Both occasions have happened this season. A 3-0 defeat at Motherwell which was after a 6-1 defeat to Rangers.
Heckingbottom suffered defeat in his only game in charge in the Scottish Cup (2-0 to Celtic). He has led the team into the quarter-finals of the Betfred Cup.
If we include Scott Allan, who Hibs agreed a pre-contract with prior to Heckingbottom's arrival the number stands at 11. The latest was Jason Naismith.
34 players have made appearances under Paul Heckingbottom. Jason Naismith and Melker Hallberg were numbers 33 and 34 on Saturday's defeat to Kilmarnock.
Only one player has featured in all 24 of Paul Heckingbottom's matches in charge: Daryl Horgan.
Since taking charge seven players have suffered injury problems. Two players have had at least two issues.