Hibernian v Raith Rovers preview: David Gray faces late fitness test
A full preview of the Scottish Championship match at Easter Road.
Hibs could have David Gray available for selection for the visit of Raith Rovers on Saturday.
Manager Alan Stubbs said the right-back was "touch and go" after coming off against Rangers on Monday with a hamstring strain, not long after scoring Hibs' second goal in a 3-1 win.
Stubbs said: "We have had a great result on Monday but it's gone now and the most important thing and what we are focusing on is Raith Rovers.
"It's important we respond in the right way from Monday's great win.
"They have been very strong away from home, so that tells us everything we need to know about them. They have been hard to beat and have had a couple of convincing wins, so we really need to be on our game."
Raith defender Ross Perry returned to training this week after a knock but he may have to settle for a place on the bench due to the form of player/coach Laurie Ellis.
Kevin Cuthbert is still missing after shoulder surgery, while Dougie Hill (groin), Craig Barr (knee) and Calum Elliot (foot) are all missing as well.
Manager Grant Murray said: "We have kept clean sheets in our last two games and I would gladly settle for making that a hat-trick in this game.
"Hibs had a great result at Ibrox and it came through a great performance so we have to play very well to win."