Date: 7th March 2015 at 2:07pm
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Hibs second placed position in the Championship is currently secured ahead of Rangers but it’s the Scottish Cup that occupies us on Sunday as we look to win our ¼ final against Berwick Rangers, who come to Easter Road.

The Sunday lunchtime game sees us go into this on a great run of form in recent weeks, and months, with us having won the last four-matches in a row – chances are that Alan Stubbs isn’t going to make any chances to his squad, as he doesn’t seem to need to!

Berwick Rangers player-manager Colin Cameron (thigh strain) will miss out but following injuries, which they’ve recovered from, Stephen Tulloch, Steven Notman and Blair Henderson can all come in.

Ahead of the game Stubbs told the BBC: ‘It is as if you are looking for the Holy Grail. The FA Cup and the Scottish Cup are the same, they are steeped in history.

‘I have heard quite a bit about it but what I will say is that it will change one day. That is inevitable. Whether it is this year, one year, 10 years, 20, 30, it will change one day.

‘As long as you are still in it, you can still dream that this could be the year.

‘I would like to go into any game as favourites. We are rightly the favourites but we have seen in cup competitions that it sometimes counts for nothing.

‘Unless we do what we have been doing over the last four or five months you run the risk of a shock and we have seen shocks this season, probably more so than the last few years and when you say shocks, they were big shocks.

‘We are at home on Sunday, it is the team we all wanted to get – as did all the other teams in the draw – but we still have a job to do.’

Will our dream go on or is it going to end at Easter Road?

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