Hibs are really on the ropes here as the final minutes of normal time tick away. Anthony Stokes cuts a forlorn figure around the halfway line - Hearts flying forward in pursuit of the equaliser.
- Scottish Cup replays
- FT: Hibernian 1-0 Hearts (Cummings)
- Hibs' Cummings and Hearts' Augustyn sent off
- FT: Kilmarnock 1-2 Rangers (Waghorn, Clark) (McKenzie)
- Premiership result
- Dundee United 0-3 Motherwell (McManus, McDonald 2)
Mark McGhee's side are motoring towards victory at Tannadice and navigating safe passage out of the bottom two.
Scott McDonald, Dundee United's tormentor-in-chief, grabs his second and Motherwell's third of the night with a 25-yard piledriver.
Another dagger to Dundee United hearts...
What a ridiculous two-minute period in this game. Hearts lose Augustyn, then Hibs' star striker Jason Cummings is also shown a second yellow for something said to referee John Beaton.
Like a scene from Total Wipeout, or for an older audience, It's A Knockout...
Blazej Augustyn is sent-off! A crazy second yellow for the Hearts stopper as he throws the ball away from a Hibs free-kick. Could that prove a pivotal moment in this tumultuous Edinburgh derby?
The predatory Scott McDonald doubles Motherwell's lead, lashing the ball home from close range.
BBC Scotland at Easter Road
"Hearts are much more prominent in this half, even if the game is often untidy and hurried. It is occasionally fiery, too, and the referee John Beaton has handled it shrewdly. Hibs have been less threatening in attack, so the score line remains finely balanced, although John McGinn has been the outstanding player so far."
Kilmarnock goakeeper Jamie MacDonald shows his worth again as he pushes a Jason Holt effort round the post.
Hearts keeper Neil Alexander saves comfortably from Jason Cummings as Hibs mount a rare but rapid raid forward.
The Jambos continue to enjoy the better of the second half but they still trail at Easter Road.
So close to a Dundee United equaliser as Blair Spittal sends a header against the crossbar after goalkeeper Connor Ripley flaps at a John Rankin cross.
A case of the Talented Mr Ripley?
Simon Murray makes some room for himself inside the Motherwell penalty area but fires straight into the arms of goalkeeper Connor Ripley.
Can United find an equaliser?
Kilmarnock goalkeeper Jamie McDonald dives to turn wide a curling drive from Jason Holt.
You get the feeling an equaliser in the post at Easter Road... Juanma has the ball in the net after a long spell of maroon pressure.
Again, though, the offside flag is raised, and Hibs breathe a massive sigh of relief.
Big shouts for a penalty from the Rangers fans as Kenny Miller claims he was held inside the Kilmarnock penalty box, but referee Bobby Madden waves play on.