This probably won’t come as a huge surprise when you consider Hibs fans have had a pretty turgid season to endure so far, but it appears they won’t be selling as many tickets as they first hoped.
As a result, The Sun has reported that Celtic have received an extra allocation of tickets for the Semi to be played on Saturday 2 November at Hampden.
The report doesn’t specify exactly how many tickets have been made available but it does say there will be a second ballot for the fans to get tickets to the game.
Unless something drastically changes for Hibs on the pitch or in the dugout this should be a pretty routine win for Neil Lennon as the club look to take the next step towards the quadruple treble.
The last game between the two sides did end in a 1-1 draw in Edinburgh, but that was largely down to a quite remarkable refereeing performance where penalties did not seem to be on the agenda.
For more details on how to enter the ticket ballot, you can access the details from the club website via this link.