Hearts midfielder Sean Clare insists there will be no shortage of effort from his team in their cup final dress rehearsal against Celtic.
Scott Bain believes the Scottish Professional Football League could have done more with fixtures this season to help players be at their freshest for club and country.
Hearts manager Craig Levein still has some concerns over the chances of Uche Ikpeazu, Peter Haring and Arnaud Djoum making the William Hill Scottish Cup final on May 25.
Willie Collum will referee the William Hill Scottish Cup final between Hearts and Celtic at Hampden Park on May 25.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was full of praise for Graeme Shinnie after the departing captain put himself forward for selection against Hearts despite not being fully fit.
Second-half strikes from Lewis Ferguson and Greg Stewart helped Aberdeen dig out a hard-fought 2-1 win over Hearts.
Greg Stewart ensured Graeme Shinnie's Pittodrie career ended on a high as he gave Aberdeen a 2-1 win over Hearts.
Steven MacLean is determined to saviour what could be his final cup final – but admits it will only be worth remembering if Hearts win.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has backed Derby-bound captain Graeme Shinnie to be a big hit in England.
Craig Levein plans to wrap his key Hearts players in cotton wool before unleashing them for one last big push against Celtic at Hampden.
Steve Clarke has called for Kilmarnock’s supporters to provide a bumper backing at Rugby Park as the race for a Europa League place reaches its conclusion.
Hearts manager Craig Levein insists he is fairly confident Uche Ikpeazu will be available for the Scottish Cup final against Celtic despite suffering a hamstring scare in the 1-0 defeat against Kilmarnock.
Kilmarnock regained third spot in the race for Europe after a thunderous Stuart Findlay strike secured a 1-0 victory at Hearts.
Hearts midfielder Peter Haring was happy to extend his contract after his move to Scotland went better than he could have imagined.
Steve Clarke insists his GMB Scotland Manager of the Year nomination is a compliment to his Kilmarnock players.
Steve Clarke is unlikely to get a ringing endorsement about the prospect of managing Scotland if he speaks to former national team head coach Craig Levein after their clubs meet on Saturday.
Hearts manager Craig Levein believes Ryan Edwards “did himself no harm” on his long-awaited debut.
Champions-elect Celtic took another step closer to the title as they beat Kilmarnock 1-0 on Saturday.
Hibernian head coach Paul Heckingbottom claimed he was sworn at by the fourth official during the Edinburgh derby and would have “knocked his teeth out” if it had happened elsewhere.
Hearts striker Uche Ikpeazu scored a late equaliser at Easter Road to deny Hibernian a second Edinburgh derby win this month.
Hearts manager Craig Levein is confident his side will bounce back from their disappointing display against Rangers and give their usual effort in Sunday’s Edinburgh derby.
Hearts manager Craig Levein believes he is building towards a period of “sustained quality” as he closes in on contracts for Peter Haring and Steven Naismith.
Steven Gerrard has backed Matt Polster to be Rangers’ surprise package in the months to come.
Steven Gerrard says Rangers’ number nine slot is Jermain Defoe’s to lose after watching the veteran hitman send his side on their way to victory over Hearts.
Celtic’s Ladbrokes Premiership title party was put on hold for another week after Rangers claimed a 3-1 win over Hearts at Tynecastle.
Michael Smith has gone 14 years as a footballer without tasting the experience of walking out at a major cup final – and knows his wait will continue if his Hearts performances slip over the next five weeks.
Craig Levein insists getting Steven Naismith tied down for next season is more important than rushing the talisman back for Hearts’ William Hill Scottish Cup final clash with Celtic.
Craig Levein will have to wait to discover if he is to be punished over a Scottish Football Association misconduct charge after his Hampden hearing was adjourned.
A Hearts fan will miss the Scottish Cup Final after trying to sneak a smoke bomb into Hampden Park.
Midfielder Peter Haring revealed he sang along with joyous Hearts fans in the closing stages of the 3-0 William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final win over Inverness at Hampden Park on Saturday.
Inverness defender Jamie McCart insists he was wrongly denied a goal in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final which could have changed the course of the game that Hearts won 3-0.
Uche Ikpeazu told Hearts fans to get behind boss Craig Levein after the Jambos booked their place in the William Hill Scottish Cup final with a 3-0 win over Inverness.