Hibs fought back from two goals down against Livingston at Easter Road, drawing 2-2 with the West Lothian side.

Steven Lawless and Craig Sibbald had the away side in front before half time. Scott Allan hit back from the spot before Martin Boyle returned from injury to equalise in the final moments.

Livingston dropped a two goal lead against Hibs. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

Some Hibs fans have reacted to the Livingston result.

Some Hibs fans aren’t happy with Heckingbottom despite Livingston fightback

This isn’t the result Heckingbottom wanted or needed prior to a big cup semi-final on Saturday. Yes they came back from two goals down, but it was another game without a win.

Heckingbottom would have been asked big questions had they lost this game, although they will still come following more dropped points. Taking three points from nine in their last three games, all against sides outside the top six last year, still isn’t great though.

Tough times. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

With a big day at Hampden to come on Saturday at the weekend, the 42-year-old will last to the weekend despite some fans shouts. Already though, a large section of fans are questioning whether Heckingbottom is the man to take the club forward.

Hibs are ninth in the Premiership after the first card of games. It’s a testing period for the Leith club and one they are struggling to buy a win in.

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