Hearts and Hibernian will remember this day for a long time, but for very different reasons. Congratulations to the Jambos for an impressive Scottish Cup win. I hope you enjoyed the coverage this afternnon, it has been a pleasure.
90 No added time is added, and it is not needed. Hibs will be glad this game is over, they have been the second best team throughout. Hearts will finally be able to lift the trophy, having secured the victory long before the final whistle.
Pat Fenlon is sent to the stands by Craig Thomson, after making remarks to the officials.
87 Paulo Sergio makes his final change of the afternoon, Robinson coming on for Black.
Black delivers the corner and Webster meets it with his head, but Thomson blows to signal a free-kick for Hibernian following some pushing.
Another brilliant run forward from McGowan sees the defender win a corner for Hearts.
84 After waiting patiently, Taouill will come on to take Driver's place.
Hearts controlling possession as they prepare to make a change.
Elliott goes close to making it 6 as his first time shot is hit with brilliant technique but goes just over the right corner of the goal.
Half a chance for Hibs as Griffiths charges into the box to claim the loose ball. He chooses to go wide before playing it back rather than playing the pass as he recieves it and he is eventually crowded out.
Not many Hibs fans left at Hampden but the noise is louder than ever with Hearts fans looking for more goals.
77 Suso, who has just set up the latest goal, comes off to be replaced by Beattie, who deserves a run out after booking the club's place in the final after his goal againt Celtic.
Skacel finishes superbly on the edge of the area having recieved the ball from Suso. The ball goes through McPake's legs which means Brown doesn't see it until late and can only watch it tuck inside his left post. 5-1 to Hearts now.
GOAL - SKACEL SCORES AGAIN!
Driver shows good skill on the left wing to show two Hibs defenders a clean pair of heels. His cross his dangerous too, but McPake hoofs it clear.
The only real question left in this game seems to be whether Hearts will extend their lead or not. Hibs are playing with caution to prevent an embarrasing defeat rather than pushing on and taking a chance.
Elliott looks like he is free to run at goal but the assistant's flag goes up rather late to stop the attack. A very tight call.
Driver wins a corner off McPake. Webster meets Grainger's cross but doesn't connect well and Hibs clear.
Hibs' one moment with the ball sees them hit the ball long for Doyle but the striker has no chance of winning it on his own.
Driver slips on the ball but recovers quickly to keep possession for his side.
Hearts are casually passing around the ball in defence and Hibs are showing no attempts to stop them.
The game is stopped for Griffiths to recover from a knock. He looks like he will be okay though.
Hibs would have gone in to the dressing room at half time with optimism despite being a goal down, but any hopes they had have been completely demolished by Hearts at the beginning of this second half. They now trail by 3 goals and are a man down. It could now be a very long half hour and indeed summer of pain for Hibs.
Hearts' fans are really enjoying themselves at the moment and are cheering every pass their side makes.
The attack breaks down and Sproule is penalised for a dangerous tackle on Grainger, although he didn't make contact.
Griffiths' corner is cleared but Hibs stay in attack with a throw on a right wing.
The game is paused for McGowan to recieve some treatment following a clash with Griffiths.
Hibs have a rare attack and win a corner after Webster does well to deflect Griffiths' shot wide.
It is all Hearts and Black tries his luck with an effort from distance but it travels over the bar.
55 Hibs make a change now as Doyle comes on for O'Connor upfront.
Black delivers the free-kick but McPake heads away. Hearts come back with Suso but Griffiths takes the ball from him with what looks like a push but Thomson decides against awarding another penalty.
53 Doherty picks up a yellow card for a blatent foul on Driver.
Hearts have another corner but it is cleared by the Hibs defence.
McGowan scores just his 3rd goal of the season. Skacel meets a corner from the left. Although he doesn't connect properly, he does enough to guide it goalwards and a scrap on the goal-line results in McGowan throwing himself at the ball to head in. What a start to the second half for Hearts!
GOAL - McGOWAN MAKES IT 4-1!
Grainger confidently strokes the ball into the top left corner of the goal, leaving Brown with no chance.
48 GRAINGER SCORES THE PENALTY!
47 Kujabio recieves a second yellow card for bringing down Suso. The Hearts winger had made an outstanding run in from the right flank. As he approaches the box, Kujabi tugs at his shirt to bring him down, although it looks as though it is outside the area.
46 PENALTY TO HEARTS!
Hibs get the second half underway at Hampden, looking to pick up where they left off at the end of the first.
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45+1 Final chance of the half falls to Hibs with a throw on the right wing. They keep the ball and win another throw but there is no time for it as Craig Thomson blows for half time.
There will be just the one minute added to this thrilling first half here at Hampden.
Soares floats a free-kick into the box but MacDonald claims.
It was all one-way traffic before the goal, now Hibs have a real spring in their step and are seeking an equaliser before the half time whistle.
43 Hibs now make a change, Sproule replacing Claros.
Hibs are suddenly back in the game when it looked like they were crumbling to defeat. Stevenson finds Soares with a lovely ball. Soares then crosses low to the front post. The ball runs through O'Connor's legs and McPake thrashes home from 2 yards.
GOAL - McPAKE SCORES!
Stevenson crosses from the left to the far post and Griffiths meets it with an audacious scissor kick but it is blocked.
Hearts are passing the ball around magificently in midfield and are unlucky not to create a good chance from McGowan's cross on the right by-line.
Barr collects the loose ball in midfield and charges towards goal before having a shot on the edge of the area. Brown has an easy save to make however, as his effort his underhit.
Black's corner is cleared by Soares.
So close for Hearts to make it 3-0. Driver does very well to beat Doherty on the left wing. His cross is good and finds Suso at the far post, who hits his shot across goal past Brown but McPake is on the line to clear for a corner. Excellent intervention by the Hibs captain there.
The pressure is really on Hibs now to change this game but Hearts look more than comfortable at the moment.
O'Connor hacks Grainger's corner clear.
Driver attacks the left wing well and forces McPake to head behind his cross for a corner.
Hibs have a great chance to pull a goal back immediately. A clever ball by Stevenson allows Kujabi the chance to cross from the left by-line. Hearts fail to defend the ball at the near post and it falls to O'Connor, who fires over from a great position.
They now have another chance as Grainger swings in free-kick from the right wing but Hibs head away before building a counter attack. Griffith attacks the space in front of Hearts' box and wins a throw on the left wing.
A great effort by Skacel as he recieves the ball from Black on the edge of the area, turns and fires at goal. It takes a bit of a nasty deflection off McPake before beating Brown at his left corner of the net. Hearts now have that crucial second-goal cushion.
27 GOAL - SKACEL! 2-0!
Hearts are forced to play the ball back to defence following a throw on the left wing.
Skacel is called offside in the box although replays show he was just about level with McPake.
It has been a quick start to the Scottish Cup final. Hearts deserve their lead as Hibernian have really struggled to shake off their nerves so far.
Hibernian have a penalty shout dismissed after McPake's head on from a deep free-kick sees Grainger appear to impede O'Connor in the face of the goal. Replays show contact was minimal and was probably the correct decision by Thomson.
Hearts come forward with intrigue but Skacel's cut back is disappointing and Hibs look to break with Osbourne, who then fouls Grainger as the ball runs away from him.
Hearts threaten again as Grainger delivers well but Hibs survive.
18 Kujabi fouls Suso with an awfully timed challenge to earn a booking. Hearts have a free-kick on the right wing for Grainger to swing in.
Hibs can't take advantage of the corner like Hearts did with theirs and the ball is cleared.
Hibs look for an immediate reply and have a dangerous free-kick from the left wing flapped wide by MacDonald for a corner.
Grainger's corner causes all sorts of problems for Hibs who just can't get the ball clear from Webster's header. A scrap in the box sees Barr lingering in the right place at the right time to capitalise and poke the ball past Brown. First blood Hearts.
14 GOAL - BARR SCORES!
Grainger finds Driver on the left wing, but Doherty defends well to concede a corner.
Claros makes a robust challenge on Skacel on the edge of the area, and the referee waves away Hearts' protests for a free-kick.
Hibs create a good opening with Kujabi running inside well but O'Connor drifts offside before recieving the left back's pass.
Black gets a talking to from the referee following a clash of heads with Griffiths.
Grainger swings in a dangerous looking free-kick from the right but Hanlon rises well to clear.
A Hearts attack breaks down as Barr lets McGowan's pass run past him.
Hearts forward now with an attacking throw, and Barr does well to win his header but there are no team-mates looking for the second ball.
Hibernian lose possession as Osbourne fouls.
Brown pumps the free-kick upfield towards O'Connor and Hibs earn a throw on the left wing.
Skacel fouls McPake for a Hibs free-kick in their own half.
The Hibernian defence head the long throw clear.
Kujami has to deal with some early pressure from Suso, conceding a throw on the right wing for Hearts.
Hearts get this year's William Hill Scottish Cup Final underway.
As you would expect, it is a sellout at Hampden as we near kick off. A huge game for both clubs in what is the most significant Edinburgh derby for a very long time.
Niall writes: "Hibs to win 1-0 with Doyle to score the winner off the bench."
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The referee for today's final is Craig Thomson.
Here are the full teams:
Hibernian: Brown, Doherty, McPake, Hanlon, Kujabi, Soares, Osbourne, Claros, Stevenson, O'Connor, Griffiths. Subs: Grant, O'Hanlon, Doyle, Sproule, Francomb.
Hearts: MacDonald, McGowan, Webster, Zaliukas, Grainger, Black, Barr, Santana, Skacel, Driver, Elliott. Subs: Ridgers, Beattie, Taouil, Robinson, Prychynenko.
Striker Craig Beattie begins the William Hill Scottish Cup final on the bench as Hearts take on fiercest rivals Hibernian, who are seeking to win the trophy for the first time in 110 years. After netting the decisive penalty in the semi-final defeat of Celtic, Beattie missed the final three matches of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League season with a hamstring injury and is deemed fit enough only for a place among the substitutes, with Stephen Elliott starting up front. Semi-final scorers Garry O'Connor and Leigh Griffiths begin in attack for Hibs, who field five loan players in their starting XI, including captain James McPake, in the first all-Edinburgh final since 1896.
Hello and welcome to Hampden Park for coverage of the William Hill Scottish Cup Final between Hibernian and Hearts. I will be steering you through at least 90 minutes of action. With kick off about 40 minutes away, feel free to send your thoughts and predictions to email@example.com and I will pass on as many as I can. Team news is imminent...
Kick-off is 1500 BST.