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Partick Thistle 4 - 0 Formartine: Jags show gulf in class

Partick clearly illustrated the chasm between the top flight and the Highland League as they coasted into the fifth round with economy of effort.

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Willie Gibson, pictured at Tynecastle in July 1981, between Jim Jefferies and John Robertson. Picture: Jack Crombie

Interview: Willie Gibson on tough relationship with Hearts fans

Idon’t know if you saw that documentary about The Scotsman this week but the stand-out moment for me was when the narrator, Hearts-supporting thespian Ken Stott, revealed how in 1840 the paper broke the story of the Ice Age. This was 2,600,000 years after the event but, come on, an exclusive’s an exclusive. And now, folks, I think I might have uncovered a deep-frozen scoop of my own.

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Can Hibs defend the Scottish Cup? Picture: Greg Macvean

Ten most intriguing storylines of the Scottish Cup fourth-round

Excitement has been building for the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round and it kicks off tomorrow. Here is what to look out for over the weekend.

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Celtic Park is the toughest ground in the Ladborkes Premiership for away teams

Which Premiership grounds are the toughest to get a result

Delving in to the home form of each Premiership side, Joel Sked uncovers which grounds are the trickiest for away teams.

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Emilio Izaguirre is a wanted man. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Leeds want Celtic ace | Rossi quits Hearts | Warburton won’t splash cash

Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday keen on Izaguirre; Igor Rossi quits Hearts for Saudi Arabia and Warburton warns he won’t overspend to catch Celtic

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For the second season in succession, Alan Archibald's side have recovered from a poor start. Picture: SNS

Why Partick Thistle deserve a Grade C for their season so far

Joel Sked breaks down the season thus far for every team in our series of Ladbrokes Premiership mid-term report cards.

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Scott Sinclair has been an excellent addition for Celtic. Picture: John Devlin

Marks out of 10 for every Scottish Premiership signing so far

Through a series of 12 seperate articles, Craig Fowler rated and reviewed every single singing made by Scottish Premiership clubs this season prior to the January transfer window.

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Adam Barton has been a terrific signing by Thistle. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle signings: How every recruit has fared this season

As Scottish Premiership clubs enter the January transfer window, Craig Fowler looks back upon their business so far this season and ranks every signing out of ten.

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Lee Wallace and Ali Crawford have both been in excellent form this term. Picture: John Devlin

The 2016/17 Scottish Premiership team of the season (so far)

Once again, BT’s pre-match Scottish Football Extra show descended into wonderfully, entertaining squabbling as each of Chris Sutton, Michael Stewart and Stephen Craigan chose their team of the season so far.

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Former Hearts and St Mirren keeper Mark Ridgers is poised to sign for Partick Thistle. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Former Hearts goalkeeper set to sign for Partick Thistle

Mark Ridgers is set to sign for Partick Thistle in the next few days after turning his back on an American adventure.

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Jota of Brentford has been linked with Rangers.  Picture: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images

Craig Fowler’s guide to what your club needs in January

The window is open but what will the managers of the 12 Ladbrokes Premiership clubs be buying in the January sales?

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Kilmarnocks Steven Smith and Ryan Edwards grapple for control of the ball

Partick thistle 0 - 0 Kilmarnock: Jags slip out of top six

Profligacy in front of goal and a controversial offside decision mean that Partick Thistle have slipped out of the top six as the Premiership goes into hibernation for four weeks.

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Kris Doolan, left, puts Partick Thistle two goals to the good. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle 2 - 0 Dundee: Thistle move into top six

Partick Thistle’s first home league victory for over four months hoisted them into sixth position, less than a week after they had been propping up the Premiership table.

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Dundee striker Craig Wighton

Craig Wighton knows he must add goals to his game at Dundee

Dundee forward Craig Wighton
has targeted more goals after establishing himself as a 
first-team regular.

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Martyn Waghorn is back in form ahead of the New Year. Picture: SNS

The 12 Premiership players set for an interesting 12 months

The emergence of Kieran Tierney, the revitalisation of Danny Swanson, the demise of Alim Ozturk and the importance of Kenny Miller, 2016 has been an interesting year for many top-flight talents.

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Partick's Kris Doolan scores Thistle's second goal. Picture: SNS

Ross County 1 - 3 Partick: Thistle move off bottom spot

Storm Barbara had nothing on hurricane Partick Thistle
in Dingwall last night as the much-anticipated threat from air materialised only in the shape of Liam Lindsay and Kris Doolan headers.

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Celtic's Jozo Simunovic in action against Partick Thistle's Adebayo Azeez on Tuesday. Picture: Jeff Holmes/PA Wire

Brendan Rodgers says Jozo Simunovic’s future is at Celtic

Brendan Rodgers has told Torino that Jozo Simunovic is still very much part of his plans at Celtic.

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Celtic matchwinner Scott Sinclair, right, celebrates his goal against Partick with Liam Henderson. Picture: Jeff Holmes/PA Wire.

Celtic’s will to win impresses manager Brendan Rodgers

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers hailed his team’s will to win after his much-changed side secured a 1-0 victory over Partick Thistle at Celtic Park last night.

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Scott Sinclair scores Celtic's winning goal against Partick Thistle. Picture: SNS.

Celtic 1 – 0 Partick Thistle: Scott Sinclair finds way to win

A lament of Partick Thistle manager Alan Archibald before the last time his team faced Celtic – all of 12 days before their meeting last night – was that the reserves of the Scottish champions could win the title. It seems that since then Brendan Rodgers has set about proving him half right.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says he regards other teams' negative tactics at Parkhead as a challenge. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Brendan Rodgers enjoys challenge of negative teams at home

Brendan Rodgers has insisted he couldn’t care less if teams come to Celtic Park and pack their defence to try to sneak a result.

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