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Live football streaming: Watch Hibernian v St Johnstone in the SPL
Hibs take on St Johnstone at Easter Road on February 11, 2013 (kick off at 19.30 GMT) with both sides looking to make ground on Inverness and Motherwell in second and third respectively.
The home side can move level on points with Inverness and Motherwell with a win whilst St Johnstone go into this match just a point behind Hibs.
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Hibernian boss Pat Fenlon should have Ryan McGivern available after injury ruled him out of the Northern Ireland squad in midweek.
Tim Clancy could also make the Hibs squad who got back to winning ways with a victory over Aberdeen in the Scottish Cup last time out, having failed to bag all three points since defeating Celtic in December.
St Johnstone will likely be without Chris Millar, Gary Miller, and Jamie Adams, although Steven Anderson and Murray Davidson will reportedly return from injury.
Recent games have seen mixed form from St Johnstone who won two and lost two in their last four.
- Updated: February 10, 2013