Hibs host Motherwell on Saturday, as the two sides face each other in the chase to make the top six.
Here’s some things to note about our opponents.
Since Motherwell ran out 1-0 winners at Fir Park in January, Neil Lennon has left and been replaced at the helm by Paul Heckingbottom.
His first three games brought him wins, picking up league victories over Hamilton, Dundee and St Johnstone.
A 2-0 Scottish Cup defeat to Celtic followed, before their 1-1 league draw with Rangers in their last outing.
From 22 home matches, the Hibees have had a mixed bag of results.
In all competitions, they’ve amassed 10 victories at Easter Road. But over 50% of their games haven’t resulted in a win, with seven draws and five defeats along the way.
The same goes in the league. From 14 home games, they’ve won five, drawn six and lost three.
Looking to bolster their forward options in January, Mark McNulty returned home after five years down south.
The striker, on loan from Reading, has wasted no time in making an impact.
In four starts and two sub appearances in the league, he’s netted five times, including doubles over Dundee and St Johnstone. He’s also scored one in two in the Scottish Cup.
The reward for his form has been a first call to the Scotland squad for the EURO 2020 double header with Kazakhstan and San Marino.