Vidar Riseth has told Celtic ‘don’t get mad, get even’ as they face the nightmare of a Rangers title party at Parkhead.
ANALYSIS: Aberdeen are over goal hoodoo – but there is little leeway for slip-ups as they battle Hibs for lucrative Euro spot
After 574 minutes of frustration, Aberdeen finally shook off the shackles of a club-record scoring drought that had been damaging to the Premiership campaign.
Steven Gerrard has warned Jack Simpson he will have to remain patient as the new signing eyes up a place in the Rangers line-up.
It was another significant weekend in the Scottish Premiership as Rangers moved closer to the title.
The Scottish Football Association is bracing itself for some tough questions after admitting it allowed an assistant referee to officiate in a match when he should have been self-isolating.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits his team drive him round the bend with their “tippy-tappy football”.
Neil Lennon felt a 1-0 defeat at Ross County encapsulated Celtic’s season.
Jordan White was the Ross County hero as they inflicted a second defeat on Celtic this season and put Rangers on course for a Parkhead title party.
The Scottish Football Association has apologised for a “breakdown in internal process” that led to an assistant referee officiating in Saturday’s Premiership match between Hibernian and Hamilton when he should have been self-isolating.
Steven Gerrard admits he is finally allowing himself to dream about Rangers being crowned champions.
Rangers maintained their perfect Ibrox record as a 4-1 hammering of Dundee United took Steven Gerrard’s team to within seven points of the title.
Livingston boss David Martindale is ready to give his physio the week off after predicting a clean bill of health ahead of next Sunday’s Betfred Cup final.
St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson welcomed the Hampden selection dilemmas his team gave him with their impressive 3-0 victory at Motherwell.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is backing his side to overcome Hibernian in the battle for third place in the Scottish Premiership after a 1-0 win over Kilmarnock yesterday eased the gloom around Pittodrie.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice insists Jamie Hamilton’s early dismissal in the 2-0 defeat by Hibernian “100 per cent” changed the Scottish Premiership encounter at Easter Road.
St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson hopes they caught David Wotherspoon’s groin problem in time to safeguard his chances of playing at Hampden next weekend.
David Martindale insists Livingston do not have a confidence issue ahead of next weekend’s Betfred Cup final.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes said the points were the most important thing as his side ended a run of six games without a goal in their 1-0 win over Kilmarnock.
Dons manager Derek McInnes hailed his side after they got back to winning ways against Kilmarnock.
Martin Boyle was the key protagonist in Hibernian’s 2-0 Scottish Premiership win over 10-man Hamilton at Easter Road.
Cammy MacPherson’s long-range screamer was not enough to claim Hampden revenge for St Mirren as they settled for a 1-1 draw at home to Livingston.
Some of the gloom around the Granite City was lifted as Callum Hendry’s first-half strike ended Aberdeen’s lengthy goalless run and secure a 1-0 win over Kilmarnock.
St Johnstone warmed up for the Betfred Cup final with an emphatic 3-0 victory at Motherwell but they appeared to pick up an injury concern in the process.
Aberdeen finally ended the worst scoring drought in the club's 118 year history when defeating Kilmarnock 1-0 at Pittodrie.
Ross County boss John Hughes feels Celtic have rediscovered their mojo – with Scott Brown directing the music.
Rangers may be close to rekindling their relationship with the Scottish Premiership title but Steven Gerrard admits it was the Europa League which got his blood pumping in midweek.
Micky Mellon believes Sunday’s daunting trip to Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers will provide an accurate assessment of Dundee United’s progress.
Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty calls for social media platforms to clamp down on online trolls following abuse directed at Florian Kamberi
Aberdeen assistant Tony Docherty has called for social media platforms to clamp down on Internet trolls following the online abuse directed at striker Florian Kamberi.
Micky Mellon admits the rewards are “huge” as Dundee United seek to boost their top-six hopes by ending the 100 per cent home record of runaway Scottish Premiership leaders Rangers.
Rangers will be without skipper James Tavernier and frontman Kemar Roofe as they welcome Dundee United to Ibrox on Sunday.