Popular Name: Hearts
Short Name: HEA
Nickname(s): Hearts, The Jam Tarts, The Jambos, The Famous, HMFC, The Maroons
Year Founded: 1874
Stadium: Tynecastle Stadium
Hearts are looking to make it three wins on the spin when they host ninth-placed Partick Thistle.
Hearts are looking to bounce back from a defeat at basement side Dundee United when they host struggling Kilmarnock at Tynecastle on Saturday.
Third-placed Hearts will look to stretch their unbeaten run when they host a Jags side that were knocked out of the Scottish FA Cup at Dundee United last weekend.
Motherwell are the form team going into the clash at Tynecastle against third-placed Hearts.
It’s second versus third from the SPL in the glamour tie of the William Hill Scottish Cup Fourth Round at Tynecastle.
Hearts visit struggling Kilmarnock on the back of a 3-2 mid-week win over basement side Dundee United that got the Capital outfit back on track.
Embarrassed; out-fought; no-good bloody big-time-Charlies. Those are just some of the words being bandied about to describe Celtic’s home defeat by lowly Motherwell last weekend. And that’s just by me.
Hearts face a real test when they visit in-form Saint Johnstone for a mouth-watering third versus fourth placed clash.
It’s second versus third in the big live Sky TV game in the Scottish Premiership this weekend and Aberdeen will be looking to put on a show for the cameras and extend their advantage over Hearts to seven points.
Hearts have the chance to go back into second spot in the Ladbrokes Premier Division if they can beat an Inverness Caley Thistle side that had been weakened by a number of players sidelined through injury in recent weeks.
Hearts can reduce Celtic’s lead at the top of the Ladbroke’s Premier Division to just three points if they can pull off a win at second-bottom Motherwell.
Hearts can maintain second spot if they beat seventh-placed Dundee at Tynecastle.