Hibernian are aiming to lift the Scottish League Cup for the fourth time in their history when they face Ross County at Hampden Park on Sunday.
Here's how they won the trophy on the three previous occasions.
Hibernian 2-1 Celtic - Saturday December 9, 1972
Eddie Turnbull's side had been beaten by Jock Stein's side in the Scottish Cup Final at the end of the previous season but gained revenge in the Drybrough Cup Final of 1972 and were worthy League Cup winners in front of 71,696 fans at Hampden. Pat Stanton and Jimmy O'Rourke got the goals for Hibs and they held on after Kenny Dalglish pulled one back.
Hibernian 2-0 Dunfermline Athletic - Sunday October 27, 1991
Hibs got their hands on the League Cup for the second time thanks to two goals after the interval. Tommy McIntyre opened the scoring from the penalty spot and Keith Wright sealed the win for Alex Miller's side in front of 40,377 fans.
Hibernian 5-1 Kilmarnock - Sunday March 18, 2007
John Collins' side stormed to a memorable victory with two goals each from Abdessalam Benjelloun and Steven Fletcher after skipper Rob Jones had opened the scoring. Gordon Greer claimed a consolation for Killie at a packed Hampden Park.