Hibs have had three Premier Sports Cup fixtures selected for online broadcast later this month.

David Gray will lead his side into the group stage in the first competitive outings of his leadership, starting away at Elgin City on July 13. They will then take on Queen's Park, Kelty Hearts and Peterhead for a place in the last 16.

The home fixture against Queen's had already been selected for TV, but now Premier have announced that Hibs' three other matches - away to Elgin, away to Kelty Hearts, and home to Peterhead - will be available to subscribers via their online streaming service. It's part of a wider announcement, with the broadcaster selecting a total of 25 matches for streaming.

Gray and his players are currently in the Netherlands for a week-long training camp, and the manager has indicated that full focus is being ready for kick-off at Borough Briggs in 11 days' time.

“I’m looking forward to working in Holland," said Gray. "The international players will come straight back into training with us but they’ll have to be monitored. It’s been a very tough week for the players starting last Monday. There are two games in Holland, so we can manage the minutes. Everything is geared up to us being the best prepared as we can be for Elgin in two weeks’ time.

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“We want to get a bit of everything out of the trip. You get a benefit of just spending time together as a group, with new players getting to gel quickly. It’s an opportunity for me to get my ideas across, along with the rest of the staff, and really start to work on what we’re going to do moving forward.

“It’s a bit of everything. Gone are the days when you would just run people for running’s sake. There are areas you want to work on. The tactical side will step up over the course of our week in Holland.”