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Football around Europe: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Farke faces defensive dilemma for Liverpool, Forest need their best XI, Chelsea’s women eye treble and a six-pointer in AustriaLeeds are falling apart. Maybe. But here’s the thing: anyone who beats them ends up falling apart too. None of the eight team…

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Football around Europe: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Farke faces defensive dilemma for Liverpool, Forest need their best XI, Chelsea’s women eye treble and a six-pointer in AustriaLeeds are falling apart. Maybe. But here’s the thing: anyone who beats them ends up falling apart too. None of the eight team…

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Scott Arfield scores two as late flourish from Rangers beats Hamilton

Scott Arfield scored two goals as Rangers eventually overcame Hamilton 4-1 in their William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round tie in Lanarkshire.A relieved Rangers midfielder opened the scoring from the rebound in the 25th minute after his penalty had been…

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‘The reality is I am an addict’ – Hamilton Academical manager opens up on gambling problem

• Brian Rice reports himself to Scottish FA for breach over betting• SFA to consider sanctions on 30 JanuaryThe head coach of Hamilton Academical, Brian Rice, has reported himself to the Scottish FA for a breach of their betting rules and admitted a la…

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Scott Brown’s late winner takes Celtic two points clear in Scottish Premiership

• Celtic earn 2-1 victory over Hamilton with injury-time strike• Rangers throw away two-goal lead at Aberdeen to drawScott Brown’s dramatic injury-time strike gave Celtic a 2-1 win over Hamilton to move the Hoops two points clear of Rangers at the top …

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Ryan Kent double at Hamilton helps Rangers keep pace with Celtic at top

Ryan Kent scored his first goals since a summer return to Rangers to help his side to a 3-1 victory at Hamilton, as Steven Gerrard’s side kept pace with Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership.After Lewis Smith had equalised for the hosts followi…

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Ryan Kent double at Hamilton helps Rangers keep pace with Celtic at top

Ryan Kent scored his first goals since a summer return to Rangers to help his side to a 3-1 victory at Hamilton, as Steven Gerrard’s side kept pace with Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership.After Lewis Smith had equalised for the hosts followi…

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Celtic’s James Forrest sinks Hamilton thanks to Elyounoussi’s instant impact

• Mohamed Elyounoussi sets up winner four minutes into debut • Celtic survive late scare to beat Hamilton 1-0Mohamed Elyounoussi set up the only goal less than four minutes into his Celtic career as the champions consolidated their lead in the Premiers…

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Rangers hammer Hamilton 5-0 but Steve Clarke chants continue

Rangers finally found their shooting boots without the suspended Alfredo Morelos as a first-half rout helped them to a 5-0 Premiership victory at Hamilton.Steven Gerrard’s side had not won any of the five previous matches which Morelos missed through s…

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Ryan Christie’s strike sets up Celtic’s easy victory over Accies

Celtic returned from the international break to coast to a 3-0 Scottish Premiership win over Hamilton at the Hope CBD stadium.Midfielder Ryan Christie swept in the opener in the 13th minute to give the visitors the interval lead which belied their supe…

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Hamilton Academical lose ‘substantial’ amount of money to elaborate fraud

• Scottish Premiership club working to help police investigation • Hamilton directors inject funds to meet short-term costsHamilton Academical have revealed they have lost a “substantial” amount of money after falling victim to an “elaborate fraud”. Th…

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Joe Garner’s hat-trick eases Rangers past Hamilton into semi-finals

Joe Garner scored a second-half hat-trick as Rangers reached the Scottish Cup semi-finals with a 6-0 thumping of Hamilton at Ibrox.

Rangers’ biggest win of the season came on the back of substitute Garner’s treble and efforts from Martyn Waghorn, Jon Toral and Clint Hill.

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Scottish roundup: Liam Boyce inspires Ross County’s win over Inverness

• Louis Moult’s goal rescues Motherwell
• Marcus Haber sparks Dundee’s win

Liam Boyce scored a first-half double as Ross County moved into the top six of the Scottish Premiership with a 3-2 win over local rivals Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

The result ended a series of five successive wins in Dingwall for Inverness.

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Scottish roundup: Brad McKay own-goal gives Rangers win over Inverness

• Rangers strengthen grip on second
• Celtic win 3-0 at Hamilton despite Callum McGregor red card

Rangers strengthened their grip on second spot with a narrow 1-0 win over Inverness at Ibrox. A 13th-minute own goal from the Inverness defender Brad McKay provided some festive cheer on a day when Mark Warburton’s team were largely off key.

The win restored Rangers’ lead over third-place Aberdeen to seven points, although they have played a game more. Richie Foran’s team, however, now sit bottom after their ninth defeat of the season.

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Martyn Waghorn rediscovers scoring touch to fire Rangers past Hamilton

Martyn Waghorn netted his first league goals since August as Rangers shot down Hamilton 2-1 at the SuperSeal Stadium.

The Englishman had not found the net in the Premiership since striking against Martin Canning’s men on the opening day of the season. But he ensured Rangers registered three straight top-flight wins for the first time this season with a clinical brace.

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Martyn Waghorn rediscovers scoring touch to fire Rangers past Hamilton

Martyn Waghorn netted his first league goals since August as Rangers shot down Hamilton 2-1 at the SuperSeal Stadium.

The Englishman had not found the net in the Premiership since striking against Martin Canning’s men on the opening day of the season. But he ensured Rangers registered three straight top-flight wins for the first time this season with a clinical brace.

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Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths sees off Hamilton to ensure record for Brendan Rodgers

Celtic’s 1-0 home win over Hamilton set a record for Brendan Rodgers but the Hoops boss quickly passed the praise on to his players.

Leigh Griffiths’s strike after 36 minutes gave the Scottish Premiership leaders a deserved victory and ensured that Rodgers has now had the best domestic start of any manager, with his side unbeaten in 19 fixtures.

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Scottish roundup: Ali Crawford scores as Hamilton draw with Inverness

• Aberdeen four points behind Rangers
• Inverness move off bottom of the table

Inverness battled back to draw 1-1 with Hamilton. The in-form Ali Crawford gave Hamilton a 16th-minute advantage with a clever free-kick curled in at the goalkeeper’s near post.

Caley Thistle were denied a penalty when Dan Seaborne appeared to handle the ball on the line, but Larnell Cole restored parity early in the second period with a powerful half-volley that went in off the crossbar. The result was enough to see Caley, who began the day bottom of the table, leapfrog Partick Thistle.

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Scottish roundup: Liam Craig sparks St Johnstone victory over Inverness

• Rangers climb above Hearts
• Killie move up to sixth place

St Johnstone earned a first win in five matches as they comprehensively beat 10-man Inverness Caley Thistle 3-0. Liam Craig scored a 14th minute goal and the home side were helped when the Inverness skipper, Gary Warren, was sent off in the 61st minute following two yellow cards in the space of just 60 seconds.

Murray Davidson added a second and Danny Swanson’s strike nine minutes from time ensured it was a terrific afternoon for Tommy Wright’s side. It was a fourth consecutive defeat for Inverness, who are now five without a victory, and they plummeted to the foot of the table with results elsewhere.

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Scottish roundup: Ali Crawford makes Ross County rue missed chances

• Hearts win first game in five
• Dundee climb to seventh place

An expertly taken free-kick from Ali Crawford rescued Hamilton a 1-1 draw at Ross County.

County dominated possession for the majority of the contest. A Liam Boyce header gave the home side the lead they merited six minutes before the half-time interval, and the Staggies had further opportunities to put the match beyond the reach of the visitors. However, Crawford’s impressive breakthrough 13 minutes from the end of the contest squared matters.

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