LiveScottish football LIVE: Ex-Rangers goalkeeper could return north; Motherwell boss' support for Dyer after racist letter; Lennon's McLean tribute; Arfield scan results latest

The latest headlines and breaking stories from across Scottish football on Tuesday, December 29.

Hampden Park, Glasgow (Photo by Ross MacDonald / SNS Group)

There’s a full card of SPFL Premiership matches tomorrow night – and the Championship clubs are in action this evening, so there is plenty of Scottish football to go round.

And that’s not to mention the forthcoming transfer window and discussion period for players with expiring contracts.

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Hearts host Arbroath with Craig Wighton still eyeing up a new deal – and he knows what he has to do to forge a place in Robbie Neilson’s plans going forward. The big game in the second tier though is Dunfermline’s trip north to face Inverness, with the Highlanders doing what they can to hang on to the coat-tails of the teams above them in the SPFL standings.

Tomorrow night will see John Hughes return to Easter Road with Ross County - and come up against Kevin Nisbet who has attracted interest from south pf the border this morning.

In Glasgow, Dundee United are visitors to Celtic ahead of the weekend’s Old Fir clash at Ibrox, and Rangers are on their travels but make the short trip west to play St Mirren in Paisley, aiming to avenge their Betfred Cup exit – but Steven Gerrard’s side face one of the country’s in-form teams at the SMISA Stadium.

There will be news, injury updates and more ahead of the games, plus the usual diet of breaking stories and transfer talk throughout the day in Scottish football Live – Tuesday, December 29, 2020.

Scottish football LIVE: Latest headlines from the SPFL

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  • Tuesday, December 29, 2020

The Scottish Daily Mail print edition is linking Celtic target Benjamin Siegrist with clubs in Russia and Germany.

The goalkeeper will travel to Parkhead tomorrow with his team-mates for the final SPFL Premiership match of 2020, which will give his reported suitors a closer look at the Swiss stopper, but CSKA Moscow and German side Schalke are also reportedly interested according to the Mail.

Ahead of travelling along the M8 to St Mirren tomorrow night Gary McAllister has provided an update on the Rangers squad.

Scott Arfield - described as a ‘worry’ by Steven Gerrard after hobbling off at the weekend just moments after coming on as a substitute against Hibs - is en route to have a scan on his ankle and Rangers awaiting the results and severity of the injury.

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