EVERYBODY is looking forward to Saturday's William Hill Scottish Cup final.
Everybody, that is, apart from the supporters of both clubs. I know a lot of Hearts fans while some of my best pals who I go golfing with are Hibs fans and both sets of supporters are utterly dreading it because they both know they will never get over it if they get beaten. Which is why this showpiece is so fascinating to the neutral. Hearts and Hibs fans would always say the first Edinburgh derby final since 1896 is bigger than an Old Firm final and on this occasion it probably is, just because of the circumstances surrounding it.
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