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Andy Halliday hails Graeme Murty influence after Pedro Caixinha hell

Rangers
Zenit St Petersburg's Branislav Ivanovic missed the first leg with an eye injury. Picture: SNS

Zenit star ‘surprised’ by Celtic’s performance at Parkhead

Celtic
Neil Lennon celebrates as a despondent Derek McInnes watches on. Picture: SNS

Neil Lennon lauds victory over Aberdeen as ‘best performance so far’

Hibernian
Celtic goalkeeper Dorus De Vries celebrates at full time after the  impressive 1-0 victory over Zenit St Petersburg. Photograph: Rob Casey/SNS

Celtic’s Dorus de Vries enjoying his second taste of Europe

Celtic

Ross County 1 - 1 Hearts: Staggies battle back for a point

Hearts

Hibernian 2 - 0 Aberdeen: Boyle and Kamberi see off Dons

Hibernian

Partick Thistle 1 - 2 Dundee: Murray nets dramatic double

Partick Thistle

Motherwell 0 - 1 Kilmarnock: O’Donnell wins it for Killie

Motherwell
Hearts midfielder Arnaud Djoum is stretchered off in pain

Snapped Achilles sidelines Hearts midfielder Arnaud Djoum for up to eight months

Hearts

Andrew Smith: Alex McLeish is a questionable appointment

Andrew Smith
Celtic goalkeeper Dorus De Vries celebrates at full time after the  impressive 1-0 victory over Zenit St Petersburg. Photograph: Rob Casey/SNS

Celtic’s Dorus de Vries enjoying his second taste of Europe

Celtic
Alex McLeish has said it was his destiny to be appointed Scotland manager.

Picture; John Devlin

Andrew Smith: Alex McLeish is a questionable appointment

Scotland 2
Early on in Caixinhas tenure Halliday knew that is future wasnt going to be at Rangers. Picture: SNS

Andy Halliday hails Graeme Murty influence after Pedro Caixinha hell

Rangers 4
Zenit St Petersburg's Branislav Ivanovic missed the first leg with an eye injury. Picture: SNS

Zenit star ‘surprised’ by Celtic’s performance at Parkhead

Celtic 2
Ryan Hardie had already struck once, and his second made it 2-1 to Livingston after just 15 minutes. Photograph: Ross Parker/SNS

Livingston 4 - 1 St Mirren: Livi hand out lesson to leaders

Football
Neil Lennon celebrates as a despondent Derek McInnes watches on. Picture: SNS

Neil Lennon lauds victory over Aberdeen as ‘best performance so far’

Hibernian 18

Brechin City 0 - 1 Falkirk: Late Jakubiak strike sinks City

Brechin City

Motherwell 0 - 1 Kilmarnock: O’Donnell wins it for Killie

Motherwell 1

Hibernian 2 - 0 Aberdeen: Boyle and Kamberi see off Dons

Hibernian 14
Finn Russell has struggled in the opening two matches. Picture: SNS

Who will start at stand-off for Scotland against England?

Scotland
Charlie Shiel

Currie Chieftains 20 - 24 Marr: Marr keep survival hopes alive

Currie
Ayr's Scott Lyle in action

Ayr 33 - 19 Hawick: Ayr return to winning ways

Ayr

Stirling County 32 - 8 Glasgow Hawks: Stirling good value for victory

Stirling County

Melrose 24 - 17 Heriot’s: Melrose squeeze past Heriot’s

Melrose

Tightheads WP Nel and Zander Fagerson prop up Calcutta hopes

Six Nations 1

Allan Massie: Finn Russell would benefit from quiet first quarter’

Six Nations 14
Roger Federer reacts after beating Italy's Andreas Seppi during their semi-final at the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam. Picture: Koen Suyk/AFP/Getty Images

New world No.1 Roger Federer sets up Dutch final v Dimitrov

Tennis
Roger Federer during his match against Robin Haase. Picture: AFP/Getty

Roger Federer becomes oldest World No.1 in tennis history

Tennis
British Cameron Norrie returns the ball to Spain�s Spain's Albert Ramos during the first round of the Davis Cup tennis match between Spain and Great Britain at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella, on February 04, 2018.  / AFP PHOTO / JORGE GUERREROJORGE GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images

Cameron Norrie provides silver lining in Britain’s Davis Cup defeat

Tennis
Cameron Norrie shows his delight after defeating Roberto Bautista-Agut to level Great Britains Davis Cup tie against Spain. Picture: AFP/Getty.

Cameron Norrie outfights Bautista-Agut to level Davis Cup tie

Tennis
Its all too much for Roger Federer as he breaks down with emotion during the presentation ceremony following his victory over Marin Cilic. Pkicture: Getty.

Roger Federer in tears after claiming his 20th grand slam

Tennis
Roger Federer kisses the winner's trophy after beating Croatia's Marin Cilic in their men's singles final. Picture: AFP/Getty

Australian Open final: Roger Federer wins 20th grand slam title

Tennis 2
Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki holds her trophy after defeating Romania's Simona Halep in the women's singles final at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne. Picture: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan

Australian Open: Caroline Wozniacki wins first grand slam title

Tennis

Australian Open: Aidan McHugh’s title hopes ended by Chun Hsin Tseng

Tennis

Beaten Kyle Edmund believes he can now mix it with the best

Tennis

Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki to clash in Aussie final

Tennis

Australian Open: Kyle Edmund’s run ends in semi-final defeat

Tennis
Stephen Gallacher carded a 68 to sit joint-ninth after the third round of the NBO Oman Open in Muscat. Picture: Getty Images

Stephen Gallacher in Muscat mix after 38 holes without bogey

Golf
Tiger Woods peers over the lip of a bunker on the first green during the second round of the Genesis Open, where he failed to make the cut. Photograph: Reed Saxon/AP

Just give Tiger Woods time, says Rory McIlroy

Golf
Stephen Gallacher tees off at the 18th hole at Al Mouj Golf in Muscat in the second round of the NBO Oman Open. Picture: Getty Images

Stephen Gallacher makes big climb in Oman as Bradley Neil digs deep

Golf
Michele Thomson works out a line with her caddie Jo Morley in the second round of the ISPA Handa Australian Women's Open in Adelaide

Karis Davidson shines again as Michele Thomson also makes cut in Oz

Golf

Martin Laird off to ‘great start’ in Los Angeles

Golf

Tiger Woods bemoans ‘silly mistakes’ in LA event

Golf

Gullane ruled out as Scottish Open venue in 2019 and 2020

Golf

Marc Warren top Scot in Oman after late slip by Bradley Neil

Golf
Emily Nicholl and her Scotland team-mates have absolutely smashed last years targets. Photograph: Jeff Holmes/JSHPIX.CO

Emily Nicholl eager to prove Netball Scotland’s progress at 2018 Games

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The evidence that the salbutamol Chris Froome took might be a performance-enhancer is sketchy. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Richard Moore: Sketchy evidence behind Chris Froome’s ‘performance-enhancer’

Cycling
Elise Christie of Britain is attended to after crashing during her women's 1500 meters short track speedskating semifinal in the Winter Olympics. Picture; AP

Elise Christie taken to hospital after Winter Olympics crash

News 1
Laura Muir, centre, is congratulated by fellow Scot Eilish McColgan after Muir's victory in the 3000m final at the SPAR British Athletics Indoor Championships in Birmingham.  Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images

Laura Muir blasts her way to 3000m victory in Birmingham

Athletics

Scots speed skater Elise Christie crashes out of second Olympic event

News 1

Interview: Rhona Howie on Olympic success at the curling rink

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Dom Parsons takes ‘hangover cure’ all the way to Olympic podium

More in sport

John Harris: Why ‘chess on ice’ makes such gripping TV

Opinion 2
The evidence that the salbutamol Chris Froome took might be a performance-enhancer is sketchy. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Richard Moore: Sketchy evidence behind Chris Froome’s ‘performance-enhancer’

Cycling
Finn Russell has struggled in the opening two matches. Picture: SNS

Who will start at stand-off for Scotland against England?

Scotland
Alex McLeish has said it was his destiny to be appointed Scotland manager.

Picture; John Devlin

Andrew Smith: Alex McLeish is a questionable appointment

Scotland 3