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Relegated Hibernian will begin life in the Scottish Championship with a home fixture against Livingston on August 9 before facing an Edinburgh derby against rivals Hearts on the second weekend of the season on August 16 at Tynecastle.

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Scottish Championship: Hibs start the season against Livingston.

Scottish Championship: Hibs start the season against Livingston.

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Falkirk visit Easter Road on August 23 while the following weekend Hibernian travel to Alloa Athletic on August 30.

Hibs will face newly promoted Rangers for the first time on September 27 at Ibrox and the two sides will meet over the Christmas period on December 27 at Easter Road.

The New Year Edinburgh derby will be at Tynecastle on Saturday 3 January and the other two Edinburgh derby clashes take place at Easter Road on October 25 and at Tynecastle on April 11.

Hibs travel to take on Rangers at Ibrox on Valentine's Day and the Edinburgh side will also face their Glasgow rivals at home on March 21.

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