Hearts attacker Sean Clare has identified what Hearts must do if they are to shock Celtic and win the Scottish Cup Final.

The Tynecastle side are currently on a poor run of form. However, Clare believes that if the team ‘stick together’ and stay united they could pull off the victory.

“You go through difficult runs in football, the main thing is sticking together” he told the Evening News.

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“Give us the best chance”

“We really have a good bond here, from the young lads through to the senior pros, and that will give us the best chance we have got in the final.”

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The big worry for Hearts is that the team is in a very poor run of form ahead of the final. They are without a win in their last six league games, having gained only one point in that time.

Will need to be confident

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Clare sounds confident ahead of the final though. That’s what Hearts will need if they are going to win the cup final.

The player has had a decent season for the Tynecastle side. However, he has not scored enough goals for an attacking player. He only has scored only six goals in 33 appearances this season.

That could be improved on next season. However, Clare still has a role to play for the Tynecastle side, and will be a key man in the cup final.