Advance to Tynecastle
Capital rivals Hearts and Hibs have been given equal value on a new Monopoly board – which will hopefully keep the peace between fans.
The Edinburgh clubs both feature in the new official Edinburgh edition of the classic board game, which went on sale this week.
Both clubs are valued at £140 while Murrayfield – the home of Scottish rugby, which completes the sporting set – costs players £160.
The release of the game comes after the most recent clash between the clubs was mired in controversy as Hearts’ goalkeeper appeared to be punched by an opposition fan and Hibs’ manager, Neil Lennon, was struck by a coin.