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  1. Cummings strikes early - his 24th of season
  2. Foderingham fumbles Stokes cross into net
  3. Holt pulls goal back for Rangers
  4. Gunnarsson volleys in Hibs' third
  5. Mckay screamer pulls one back for Rangers
  6. Hibs move to within three points of Falkirk

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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    I'll sign off now. Thanks for your company on a good night for Hibs, who have breathed new life into their challenge to finish second in the Championship.

    We'll be back again for St Johnstone v Aberdeen.

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    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Hibs are away to Morton on Saturday and will be out to avenge a 3-0 shock loss that started their bad run in February.

    Falkirk go to potential play-off rivals Raith Rovers, with both sides in fine fettle.

    Rangers are at home to relegated Alloa.

  3. Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

    Talking to BBC Radio Scotland

    "I thought we played well and scored goals at good times. It was always going to be a close game. Rangers have won two at home and we've won two (in the league). I'm not even thinking about the cup final. We knew if we played with a good shape that we have players that can hurt them."

  4. Goals galore

    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Looking ahead to that Hampden date on 21 May; it should deliver a few goals.

    Hibs and Rangers have served up a whopping 23 goals in five matches this season.

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    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    That's two good results in a row for Hibs now. Has the corner been turned after that atrocious slump in league form?

    The hosts were happy to concede possession tonight and worked hard to defend in numbers and hit on the break. The 3-5-2 system largely worked well, reducing the supply to Rangers' dangerous full-backs.

    It's also a nice boost ahead of the Scottish Cup final when these sides meet again.

    Hibs celebrate a 3-2 win
    Image caption: Hibs players congratulate each other at full-time
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    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    That's just a fourth league loss for champions Rangers; two at Easter Road and two at the Falkirk Stadium.

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    FT: Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Hibs pick up back-to-back home league wins against Rangers for the first time since 1994 to move within three points of Falkirk in second place.

    The Bairns have played a game more but they do enjoy a much better goal difference.


    Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Rangers win a corner as Mark Oxley catches a ball that is drifting out of play and takes it over the line. However, the keeper makes amends by confidently gathering the delivery and that is it. A valuable three points for the Hibees.

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    Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Fraser Fyvie and Barrie McKay are booked following a tussle and some pushing and shoving. 

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    Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Hibs fans wait anxiously for the full-time whistle as the men in green hang on, summoning energy from somewhere to make tackles and blocks.

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    Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Big chance for Rangers as Jason Holt spins near the penalty spot and gets a shot away. It takes nick off Darren McGregor's outstretched boot and lands in the arms of diving goalkeeper Mark Oxley.

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    Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Hibs kill some precious time, bringing on Chris Dagnall for Anthony Stokes. We're going to get four minutes added on...

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    Hibernian 3-2 Rangers

    Rangers are suddenly alive again, with previously tired legs revived by that screamer from Barrie McKay. Hibs continue to sit deep but look decidedly jittery now.

  14. GOAL

    Hibernian 3-2 Rangers (McKay)

    Hibs pay for backing off as Barrie McKay lets rip from 25 yards and the shot curls away from Mark Oxley, who should maybe do better, although it was a heck of a strike.

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    Hibernian 3-1 Rangers

    It's all gone a bit scrappy and scruffy as the tempo drops to near walking pace at times. Rangers are plodding forward but Hibs are defending their lead fiercely as a unit.

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    Hibernian 3-1 Rangers

    Another wee wobble from Hibs goalie Mark Oxley, who gathers a deflected cross from James Tavernier at the second attempt, low at his near post.

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    Hibernian 3-1 Rangers

    James Keatings is on for the last 15 mins, replacing Jason Cummings, who scored the opener for Hibs.

    Rangers make their final change, with Dean Shiels on for Kenny Miller.

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    Hibernian 3-1 Rangers

    Rangers are probing for an opening, with Hibs camped on the edge of their own penalty box. It's all a bit slow and predictable from the champions though.


    Hibernian 3-1 Rangers

    Rangers keeper Wes Foderingham is at full-stretch as he dives through the air to push away an excellent, curling free-kick from Anthony Stokes.

    Actually, I've just seen the replay. File under 'one for the cameras'.