|Venue: Easter Road Date: Sunday, 20 September Kick-off: 12:00 BST|
|Coverage: Listen on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW/DAB/on-line; dwell textual content commentary on the BBC Sport web site & app; highlights on BBC Scotland channel on Sunday from 19:15|
Hibernian’s dwelling assembly with Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers on Sunday is a “good barometer” for his or her “lofty ambitions”, says head coach Jack Ross.
Steven Gerrard’s males have began the season with seven clear sheets – a top-flight file – and their solely slip-up was a goalless draw at Livingston.
Hibs are three factors behind in Ross’ first full marketing campaign on the helm.
“It will not outline our season both manner, whether or not it is a constructive or unfavourable outcome,” Ross stated.
“But we have set lofty ambitions and challenges to the gamers and so they’re going about assembly them the appropriate manner.
“They’re hungry to take action, so it’s a good barometer as a result of for the place we wish to get to, we have to win video games like this Sunday in opposition to that degree of opposition.”
Hibs have conceded simply as soon as of their previous 5 matches, however Jack acknowledges his ahead gamers will even must impress if Rangers are to be breached at Easter Road.
“The incontrovertible fact that they’ve dominated the ball a lot of their video games makes it troublesome typically for groups to put a glove on them,” he added.
“But we have carried an attacking menace this season and earned the appropriate to enter this sport stuffed with perception and confidence.
“We imagine they may concede a objective and we hope that will likely be Sunday.”