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Rumour Mill: Bristol City eye Waghorn | Torino bid for Celtic ace | Lescott joined AEK ‘to win trophies’ | Hoops dismiss Leiva link

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Former Scotland striker James McFadden predicts that Craig Gordon, pictured, will eventually come out on top in his personal duel with Dorus de Vries. Picture: SNS

Craig Gordon ‘will defeat De Vries in Celtic keeper battle’

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Mark Warburton's side will take on rivals Celtic on 10 September. Picture: Michael Gillen

Mark Warburton: Linfield a good warm-up for Old Firm derby

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Argentina players celebrate victory over South Africa at the Padre Ernesto Martearena stadium in Salta. PicturE: AFP/Getty Images

Argentina overtake Scotland & France in world rugby rankings

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James McFadden: Scott Brown has quit Scotland too soon

Celtic 6

Oliver Burke’s Germany move ‘can be good for Scotland’

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Celtic set to sign West Brom defender Cristian Gamboa

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Oliver Burke, left, has joined recently promoted Bundesliga side Red Bull Leipzig. Picture: Getty

Oliver Burke ‘becomes most expensive ever Scots footballer’

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Rangers are due to meet Hearts at Tynecastle for the first time since May 2015. Picture: Neil Hanna

11 Scottish football games moved for live TV coverage

Premiership
Tony Watt celebrates having scored the winning goal for Hearts in their match at Partick Thistle. Picture: SNS

Winners and Losers: Tony Watt | Craig Gordon | Joey Barton

Premiership
Martyn Waghorn is wanted by Bristol City - if the Robins lose star striker Jonathan Kodjia. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Bristol City eye Waghorn | Torino bid for Celtic ace | Lescott joined AEK ‘to win trophies’ | Hoops dismiss Leiva link

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Former Scotland striker James McFadden predicts that Craig Gordon, pictured, will eventually come out on top in his personal duel with Dorus de Vries. Picture: SNS

Craig Gordon ‘will defeat De Vries in Celtic keeper battle’

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Transfer: Oliver Burke. Picture: Getty

Oliver Burke’s Germany move ‘can be good for Scotland’

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Scott Brown retired from international duty earlier this month. Picture: John Devlin

James McFadden: Scott Brown has quit Scotland too soon

Celtic 6
Hibernian player Martin Boyle takes the Scottish Cup on a visit to Hermitage Park Primary School. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Hibs take Scottish Cup on tour in fan recruitment drive

Hibernian 5

Aberdeen’s defence of Senior Trophy about to get under way

Football

Stopping Cup final pitch invasion ‘could have caused deaths’

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Rangers boss: Friendly will keep us sharp for Old Firm clash

Football 10

Celtic set to sign West Brom defender Cristian Gamboa

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Triple Gold medallist Chris Hoy, along with other Scottish medal winners from the Beijing Olympics had a reception held in their honour at Edinburgh Castle followed by a bus-top parade down the Royal Mile. 27th August 2008. Picture by JANE BARLOW

Edinburgh Council backs Olympic parade plan

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Mo Farah may be the exception to the rule that members of Team GB should not be further honoured. Picture: Getty Images

Martyn McLaughlin: Giving Olympians gongs disservice to nation

Opinion 12

Leaders: Olympic victory is reward enough for medal winners

Opinion 3

Theresa May: No limit on honours for Rio Olympians

Politics 32

Aidan Smith: Entering uncharted territory as sporting superpower

Opinion 3
Argentina players celebrate victory over South Africa at the Padre Ernesto Martearena stadium in Salta. PicturE: AFP/Getty Images

Argentina overtake Scotland & France in world rugby rankings

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Watsonians scrum-half Weiss Cullen tries to evade the clutches of Heriots No15 Gavin Parker. Picture: Neil Hanna

Power of the pack proves key for Watsonians

Heriots
Glasgow Hawks' Matt Fagerson scores their second try against Gala. Picture: SNS

Gala 27 - 43 Glasgow Hawks: Maroons are overrun

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Ross Curle powered over for the first of Ayr's eight tries

Ayr 53 - 10 Currie: Ayr blow away the visitors

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Watsonians 25 - 18 Heriot’s: Back in top flight with a bang

Watsonians 5

Melrose 51 - 24 Boroughmuir: Baggot bags two tries

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Allan Massie: All Blacks don’t need referees’ help

Rugby union 6

Ayr vow to lead BT Premiership from front again

Ayr
Andy Murray practises in New York. The Scot has had a golden summer, while Novak Djokovic has had personal issues. Picture: Alamy Live News

Advantage Andy Murray in bid to usurp Novak Djokovic

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Andy Murray prepares for the US Open in New York. Picture: Chris Trotman/Getty Images

Andy Murray targets four grand slam finals in a season

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NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 26:  Andy Murray of Great Britain hits a shot during a practice session prior to the start of the 2016 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 26, 2016 in the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images for USTA)

US Open: Andy Murray is now the big scalp in New York

Tennis

Andy Murray insists there is no bad blood with ‘hated’ Rosol

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Andy Murray will be second seed at US Open

Tennis

Andy Murray ready to rest at end of 22-match winning streak

Tennis

Andy Murray’s winning run ends as he’s beaten in Cincinnati final

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Darren Clarke has a decision to make regarding his Ryder Cup selection. Picture: Getty

Martin Dempster: How will Darren Clarke deal his wild card?

Golf
Bearsden's Ewen Ferguson makes his pro debut on the Challenge Tour in France this week. Picture: Getty Images

Ewen Ferguson turns professional at 20

Golf
Bernhard Langer lifts aloft the Boeing Classic trophy after his win in Seattle. Picture: Lindsey Wasson/The Seattle Times via AP

8am Round-Up: Another Champions Tour win for Bernhard Langer

Golf
Patrick Reed shows his delight after winning the Barclays Championship. Picture: Getty Images

Patrick Reed seals Ryder Cup spot

Golf
Thomas Pieters of Belgium poses with the trophy following his victory during the final round of Made in Denmark at Himmerland. Picture: Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Russell Knox against Pieters in Ryder Cup wild-card battle

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Graeme McDowell fears he will miss out on a wild-card selection

Graeme McDowell fears his Ryder Cup chance has gone

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Ross Drummond opened with a 66 at Hanbury Manor to lead by one. Picture: Getty Images

10am Round-Up: Ross Drummond leads at Hanbury Manor

Golf

Russell Knox fights back to rescue Ryder Cup chance

Golf

8am Round-Up: Martin Laird shares lead in The Barclays

Golf

Thomas Pieters forces himself into Ryder Cup frame

Golf

Ryder Cup contender Thomas Pieters opens with 62 in Denmark

Golf
Ross High Schools Senior One team.

Hockey kids give Dan Wallace and Olympic swimmers a beating

Hockey
Georgina Hutchison in action.

Georgina’s high water mark at British Waterski Championships

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Callum Skinner with the gold and silver medals he won in Rio. Picture: Greg Macvean

Olympic hero’s dismay at Edinburgh velodrome decay

Sport
Laura Muir crosses the line to win the 1500m in Paris. Picture: AFP/Getty

Laura Muir reflects on amazing record-breaking run

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Nico Rosberg claims victory but Lewis Hamilton steals limelight

Motorsport

Bound for New Zealand, Beghin bows out with unbeaten century

Cricket

Judo’s Sally Conway overcome by emotional welcome home

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Clydesdale take Western Premier title after surviving scare

Cricket
Tony Watt celebrates having scored the winning goal for Hearts in their match at Partick Thistle. Picture: SNS

Winners and Losers: Tony Watt | Craig Gordon | Joey Barton

Premiership
Darren Clarke has a decision to make regarding his Ryder Cup selection. Picture: Getty

Martin Dempster: How will Darren Clarke deal his wild card?

Golf
After Tuesday's loss in Israel, Celtic know there is work still to be done to complete the squad. Picture: SNS

Where Celtic could still strengthen before Champions League

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