'Hibs ship is steadying'

Your Views
Your Views

We asked for your thoughts after Hibs comfortably beat Livingston 3-0.

Here's a taste of what you had to say:

James: Quick, incisive passing and movement from the off. Today we took chances missed in previous weeks. Nectarios Triantis, Adam Le Fondre and Joe Newell all excellent. If only refereeing decisions had been fair in recent games we would be in a healthy position.

Anon: I thought it was a great game, and it was so unfortunate that Chris Cadden got injured, as he was playing great. I thought that the second half was a bit slower but the first was great. I thought it was a great game and we deserved it.

George: I'm being greedy but three up after 22 mins, surely we bang in more? But, positivity - we scored three, kept a clean sheet. Some more positives in that Cadden is back and he's up for it and Triantis looks the business playing further forward in central midfield. But Livi are bottom for a reason. Ship is steadying - top six looks on.

John: Fine margins stopped us from scoring many more. The middle to front now starting to gel. Looking forward to many more goals by the end of the season.

Anon: Perfect first half performance and nice to see three well-worked team goals. Le Fondre's clever movement in the box makes a massive difference. Second half was a bit disappointing as we should have scored more against a weak Livi team, who were maybe feeling the effects of a sickness bug. Overall, good display and delighted we’re back into the top six.

Allan: That result has been coming. Only disappointment was that we didn’t score more. Livingston got bodies behind the ball but the creativity, movement and composure from Hibs was first class. Looked like we had more intensity to our game too. Good day at the office, and the players and staff should be delighted with that performance going into the break.

Anon: With a credible forward threat and a defence maturing with each game Hibs are quickly becoming a tough prospect for any Scottish Premiership opposition. We head to Ibrox with far more potential to disrupt the script and take something from that game.