Hibs have beaten their capital rivals Hearts – in a new edition of Monopoly. The Easter Road club will be positioned above their rivals in the new official Edinburgh edition of the board game which will go on sale next month. Both teams will feature with the home of Scottish rugby, Murrayfield Stadium, set to fill the final space. Hearts and Hibs occupy the top two positions in the Scottish Premiership. But while Hearts sit two points clear at the summit, Hibs will be positioned higher on the board. Winning Moves UK – makers of the game under licence from Hasbro – said: “Of course, both had to be on as Edinburgh Monopoly without the two major football clubs would be like Edinburgh without the Castle – unthinkable.” The makers said several factors dictated which club was positioned higher. Although Gorgie-based Hearts, founded in 1874, are a year older than Hibernian, it was the Leith-based side who finished higher up the league last season and qualified for Europe. While Hearts have the edge in matches between the two clubs, Hibs’ Easter Road Stadium has a slightly larger capacity than Hearts’ Tynecastle.