Hibs and Falkirk draw swords again on Friday in what promises to be another thriller. However, it is back to Premiership action tomorrow night with three more fixtures, while Stranraer and Ayr United face up in the first leg of their Championship play-off final first leg.
At Tannadice, Partick Thistle missed the chance to move above Inverness Caledonian Thistle into eighth place.
Meanwhile, at Broadwood, Queen's Park will be strong favourites to beat Clyde and win promotion to League One having established a 3-1 lead over a Cumbernauld side who they have beaten four times in five meetings this season.
Peter Houston is suggesting that Will Vaulks, who started at the back tonight, will move into midfield for the second leg because Tom Taiwo has picked up an ankle injury.
"I felt in the first half, our shape was quite good and they were not causing us problems.
"We got the break and went ahead, but in the first 20 minutes of the second half, Hibs were very good.
"I wanted to be in the game going into the second leg.
"It is a winner takes all and it could go to extra time or penalty kicks.
"I am looking forward to it. I think we have done magnificently this season, but we want to take it further."
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"It was a tight game because of the decision - that one where he rolled the ball with his hand then cleared it.
"The officials sadly got a big call wrong. A catastrophic mistake at a crucial time.
"That would have been for us to go 3-1 in front and would have taken the stuffing out of them.
"I think we were good the whole game and were unfortunate to be one behind.
"Second half, I thought we picked up the tempo and had a real zest about us.
"I think it is wide open and I just hope people get the decisions right on Friday."
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That's the fourth draw in a row between Hibs and Falkirk. Someone has to win Friday's second leg to take their place in the final against Kilmarnock.
The final whistle blows on a breathless first leg of this Premiership play-off semi-final.
Thistle back off Justin Johnson and he drills a low shot into the back of the net.
Hibs' Anthony Stokes is booked for a high challenge on Myles Hippolyte. By the way Martin Boyle replaced Liam Henderson. Not much time for the midfielder to make a difference as we enter four minutes of stoppage time.
Striker Edward Ofere reduces Thistle's lead with a drive from the edge of the penalty box.
David Galt fires a superb long-range drive into the net - and into the heart of Bully Wee fans as the Spiders continue their dominance against Clyde this season.
Almost a goalkeeping error at the other end as Danny Rogers is almost deceived by a powerful low drive from Anthony Stokes, but the Falkirk man gets down to turn it wide for a corner. Darren McGregor meets it once more, but this time the header flies well over.
Out of the blue, the Bairns are level as Bob Hugh shoots on the turn following a high ball into the penalty box and the ball squirms under goalkeeper Connor Logan. A howler from the big former Leicester City man who went down in instalments.