HIBS' record at Tynecastle is poor but on Wednesday they have a chance to rectify it.
Neil Lennon's men haven't won in nine away to Hearts although four been draws.
With the Premiership leaders losing top scorer Steven Naismith to injury in the Betfred Cup semi – as well as hitman Uche Ikpeazu long term – the goals could dry up.
Steven MacLean is available but could be banned after the Hibs game for grabbing Eboue Kouassi by the privates in the Murrayfield semi.
Naisy went off early against Celtic in the Betfred Cup Final and the Jambos looked powderpuff.
Four of the last six meetings have gone under 2.5 goals and only one of 12 over 3.5 so don't expect a goalfest. Under 2.5 is possible at 4-5 with Marathonbet.
Rangers will be hurting after their Betfred Cup exit to Aberdeen but have Alfredo Morelos and Kyle Lafferty available after Umar Sadiq failed to take his chance at Hampden.
Steven Gerrard's men have a 100 per cent record at Ibrox and a 14-2 goal difference and while Killie arrive in good form and sitting second I'm on the home at 1-2 with Ladbrokes.
Killie will make it tough and could contribute to the scoreboard so consider Gers and both to score at 21-10 with McBookie.
Morelos will be back in the starting line-up and owes his manager a goal. The Colombian is 4-1 at Betfred to score first and 5-4 to net.
Celtic have a gimme at bottom dogs Dundee but there's little value so try Celtic -2 Asian (stake back if they win by two) at 41-40 with bet365.
Even the straight -2 at 6-4 with McBookie should land as Dundee have lost 4-0 and 3-0 under new boss Jim McIntyre while Celtic's last road trip resulted in a 6-0 victory at St Johnstone.
Elsewhere Livi should beat St Johnstone and are a best 13-10 with boylesport, Aberdeen can edge out Hamilton but are short at 4-9 with Sky Bet and St Mirren v Motherwell looks a draw although if the away was better than 6-5 with bet365 I might consider it.
- Morelos to score or score first
- Celtic -2 Asian or Celtic -2
- Hibs +1