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    That's enough from me on what turned out to be a very good night for Falkirk. It didn't look that way after 86 minutes when they were 2-0 down with 10 men at Easter Road but Hibs couldn't see it out... 

    Thanks for your company. We'll do it all again for the Scottish Cup semi-finals at the weekend.

    Good night.

  2. Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

    Talking to BBC Radio Scotland

    "It was certainly an improvement in terms of performance. I should be talking about that and a good three points but we switched off for both goals and gave Falkirk a way back into the game.

    "For the majority of the game, I was really pleased with what they were doing. But then we get done by two long balls when we should be dealing with it.

    "I'm disappointed for the players because they put a lot of effort in and they have not been rewarded for that."

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    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Falkirk

    Next up for Hibs is a trip to Hampden for Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final with Dundee United.

    What will the mood be like at the national stadium, with both sets of fans well and truly in the doldrums?

    It's not going to be hard to get a ticket for that one...

    Hibs were so close to a good night and then it all went south in the closing minutes.

  4. Falkirk defender David McCracken

    Talking to BBC Radio Scotland

    "I don't think Hibs were in the game until my mistake. I thought we played some decent stuff in the second half and the penalty they got was very soft.

    "It's not the first time we've come back into it no matter what time it is in the game. It puts us in a good position and it's a massive mental boost. Hibs have got a lot of games coming up and we'll get a bit of a rest."

  5. Bairns late, late show - again

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Falkirk

    Falkirk grabbed a last-minute goal at the weekend to beat St Mirren and not so long ago they came from 2-0 down to beat Rangers. That kind of spirit may serve them very well when it comes to the play-offs.

    Hibs, on the other hand, are wobblier than a trifle on a trampoline.

    Falkirk hit back from 2-0 down
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    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Falkirk

    "Falkirk are a team that refuse to give in. They go right to the end. The Hibs of two months ago would have passed them off the park against 10 men but they invited Falkirk forward by giving away free-kicks when they should have been keeping the ball," says BBC Sportsound pundit Craig Paterson.

    "Yet again, Hibs could not deal with balls in from wide areas and Falkirk are now red hot favourites for second place."

  8. Falkirk manager Peter Houston

    Talking to BBC Radio Scotland

    "What can I say? We showed a never say die attitude. We gifted them the first goal and then the referee gives them the softest penalty kick.

    "All over the pitch we had a go, especially in the second half, and I think we deserved it. Remember, we are up against a team with probably three times the budget we have. We are certainly punching above our weight."

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  10. Hearts are in Europe

    FT: Inverness CT 0-0 Hearts

    Well, the game won't live long in the memory but the Hearts fans who made the long journey north can at least celebrate booking a place in Europe next season.

    With five games remaining, the Jambos can focus on chasing down Aberdeen in second place.

  11. Falkirk fight back

    FT: Hibernian 2-2 Falkirk

    Massive credit to Falkirk. They were down to 10 men and two goals down after 86 minutes but somehow managed to salvage a draw, which preserves their six-point lead over Hibs.

    Jason Cummings scored twice for the hosts and it looked like a big swing in the race for second place but the Easter Road club remains shrouded in gloom after that late collapse, with just five points gathered from the last eight games.

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    Hibernian 2-2 Falkirk


    Inverness CT 0-0 Hearts

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    Inverness CT 0-0 Hearts

    There's been a late flurry of excitement in the Highlands but I've been too busy covering the madness that is unfolding at Easter Road.

    With time almost up, Hearts keeper Neil Alexander gathers a shot from Danny Williams.


    Dumbarton 4-2 Queen of the South

  17. GOAL

    Hibernian 2-2 Falkirk (McHugh)

    Un-believe-able. How do Hibs do it? Ten-man Falkirk are level as they lump the ball in the box, the home defence can't deal with it and Bob McHugh bullets in a diving header.

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    Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk

    Kevin Thomson is on for Marvin Bartley in the centre of the Hibs midfield, while Falkirk speedster Kevin O'Hara is on for Myles Hippolyte.

  19. GOAL

    Hibernian 2-1 Falkirk (McCracken)

    He's had a hand in all three goals. A long, hopeful ball drifts into the Hibs penalty box and Falkirk defender David McCracken gets there first to nod it home.

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    Hibernian 2-0 Falkirk

    Liam Henderson is on for John McGinn as Hibs look to protect their lead.