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Scottish Premiership: Celtic and Rangers stay neck and neck after wins

• Odsonne Édouard opens scoring as Celtic see off Motherwell 2-0• Rangers win at Livingston to stay level on pointsCeltic ended a historic week with a 2-0 win over Motherwell that kept them top of the Scottish Premiership. The Hoops won on Italian soil…

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Livingston capitalise on Ryan Christie red card to shock Celtic

Ryan Christie was sent off as Celtic lost a Premiership game for the first time this season, going down 2-0 at Livingston. The midfielder was shown a red card by Willie Collum in the 26th minute for a reckless challenge on Scott Robinson. Robinson fire…

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Celtic made to wait for title as Hibernian win lively derby

• Livi keeper Liam Kelly keeps Celtic waiting to be champions• Hibs win at Tynecastle for the first time since 2013Celtic will have to wait at least two weeks to clinch the Scottish Premiership title after being held to a goalless draw by Livingston.Th…

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Assistant referee injured by object thrown from stands during Livingston v Rangers – video

Police are appealing for information after an assistant referee was hit by an object thrown from the crowd during Livingston’s 1-0 defeat of Rangers. Calum Spence suffered a minor injury to the back of his head and was treated at the Tony Macaroni Aren…

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Tom Rogic steadies Celtic with early goal in easy win over Livingston

Celtic began their quest for an eighth successive Scottish Premiership title with a convincing 3-1 home win over newly-promoted Livingston.Goals from returning midfielder Tom Rogic and striker Odsonne Edouard gave the home side a comfortable interval l…

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Scottish Championship 2015-16 fixtures: Rangers kick off against St Mirren

  • Rangers begin promotion quest against relegated St Mirren
  • 2014-15 runners-up Hibernian begin against Dumbarton

The new Rangers manager, Mark Warburton, will hope to put the Ibrox club on a path to promotion when his side open their Scottish Championship campaign at home to relegated St Mirren on 8 August.

The former Brentford manager has been hired by the chairman Dave King to pick up the pieces after last year’s campaign ended in humiliation.

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Scottish roundup: Lyle Taylor’s goals lift Partick away from trouble

• Dundee United end ten games without a victory
• St Johnstone secure top six place ahead of split

Lyle Taylor’s two goals earned Partick Thistle an important 2-0 victory over Motherwell at Firhill. Defeat for the Jags would have left them only a point ahead of second-bottom Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership. However, two second-half goals from Taylor allowed Partick to widen the gap between them and the Lanarkshire side to seven points.

Dundee United finally returned to winning ways in the league thanks to Chris Erskine’s decisive 70th-minute strike at Tannadice, which ended Hamilton’s top-six hopes.

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Livingston captain may face action for tackle on Hearts’ Sam Nicholson

• Nicholson left needing stitches to face by high tackle
• Jason Talbot received yellow card for challenge
• Scottish roundup: Rooney scores as Dons add to County woes

The Livingston captain, Jason Talbot, may face action from the Scottish Football Association over the tackle that left Hearts’ Sam Nicholson needing stitches to his face.

Talbot received a yellow card for his high tackle that ended Nicholson’s participation in the match and left him requiring extensive treatment.

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Scottish roundup: Lee Erwin gives Motherwell a winning start

Motherwell beat 10-man St Mirren 1-0 Inverness suppress newly promoted Hamilton 2-0Motherwell made a winning start to their 2014-15 Scottish Premiership campaign with a goal from Lee Erwin enough to beat 10-man St Mirren 1-0 at Fir Park.Last seasons ru…