When can Celtic win the Ladbrokes Premiership title?

Celtic passed up the opportunity to seal the Ladbrokes Premiership crown for the 2017/18 season as they failed to defeat Hibs at Easter Road, going down 2-1 to Neil Lennon’s men.

Kris Doolan celebrates his equaliser. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle 2 - 1 Hamilton: Jags fight back to ignite survival hopes

Two goals in eight second-half minutes breathed fresh life into Partick Thistle’s relegation fight in a 2-1 win over Hamilton.

Harry Souttar attempts to challenge Motherwell midfielder Chris Cadden. Picture: SNS

Ross County 0 - 0 Motherwell: Bore draw in Dingwall

Defences reigned supreme in Dingwall as Ross County and Motherwell battled their way to a goalless Ladbrokes Premiership draw.

Sofien Moussa celebrates his opening goal. Picture: SNS

Dundee 2 - 1 St Johnstone: Late Moussa header earns vital win

Sofien Moussa headed a late winner as Dundee manager Neil McCann had the last laugh following his simmering dispute with St Johnstone counterpart Tommy Wright.

Kenny McLean gave Aberdeen the lead. Picture: SNS

Kilmarnock 0 - 2 Aberdeen: Dons move back into second place

Aberdeen piled the pressure on to Rangers in the race for second in the Ladbrokes Premiership as they claimed a vital 2-0 win at Kilmarnock.


In pictures: How players on each side rated in Hibs 2 - 1 Celtic

Marks out of ten for every player after Hibs defeated Celtic 2-1 at Easter Road.

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Jamie MacLaren (left) celebrates with his Hibs team-mates after opening the scoring. Picture: SNS

Hibs 2 - 1 Celtic: Neil Lennon’s side delay Celtic’s title triumph

Celtic’s Ladbrokes Premiership title celebrations were put on hold following a stunning 2-1 defeat by Hibernian at Easter Road.

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Rumour Mill: Celtic won’t stop Rodgers exit| Murty vows: ‘I won’t hide’ | McCann and Wright feud heats up

Celtic’s major shareholder Dermot Desmond, in a rare media interview, revealed he would not stand in Rodgers’ way if the opportunity to move to Arsenal presented itself.

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Celtic's Callum McGregor is grateful for his loan spell at Notts County. Picture: Ian Rutherford/PA Wire

Celtic’s Callum McGregor thanks Neil Lennon for loan spell

Callum McGregor failed to make a single first-team appearance for Celtic during Neil Lennon’s tenure as Parkhead manager.

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Aberdeen's Anthony O'Connor is booked during the Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Motherwell. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Aberdeen discipline Anthony O’Connor over Instagram outburst

As if the fallout from last weekend’s Scottish Cup semi-defeat wasn’t bad enough, Derek McInnes has been forced to discipline Anthony O’Connor for an ill-judged outburst on social media criticising Aberdeen’s supporters in the wake of that game.

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Rangers manager Graeme Murty, centre, takes a moment for quiet reflection during training. Picture: PA.

Rangers’ Graeme Murty vows: ‘I will not hide under a rock’

He may now be regarded by a majority of Rangers supporters as a lame duck manager but Graeme Murty does not accept his fate at the club beyond the summer is already sealed.

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Paul Hanlon says this is one of the most enjoyable seasons in his ten years at Easter Road. Picture: SNS.

Only a ‘special’ bid would take Paul Hanlon from Hibs

Paul Hanlon can be forgiven for casting a glance elsewhere. The Hibernian player, who is celebrating his testimonial year and signed a new contract that will keep him at the club until 2022, admits that there have been times when he considered a change of scene.

Brendan Rodgers is among the favourites to replace Arsene Wenger when he leaves Arsenal. Picture: SNS.

Brendan Rodgers: I’m living the dream but one day it’ll finish

Brendan Rodgers, who has been installed as one of the favourites to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager, has admitted he is uncertain when his tenure at Celtic will come to an end but insists he will “never tire” of leading the Scottish champions to victories like the one they enjoyed at Hampden last Sunday.

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Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday, centre, shows his frustration after being substituted at Hampden. Picture: SNS

Graeme Murty yet to deal with Andy Halliday over dissent

Rangers manager Graeme Murty has revealed he has yet to resolve the issue of Andy Halliday’s public show of dissent during last Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Celtic.

Neil McCann, left, has stirred things up once more between him and St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright. Pictures: SNS Group

Neil McCann: Tommy Wright is “not welcome” at Dens Park

Neil McCann’s feud with Tommy Wright looks set to continue after he claimed the St Johnstone boss “was not welcome” at Dens Park.

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Rangers squad is unified and behind me, insists Graeme Murty

Graeme Murty insists the Rangers squad remain unified and behind him in spite of another week of Ibrox turmoil.

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Graeme Murty: I regret Andy Halliday humiliation but I made right call

Rangers boss Graeme Murty admits he regrets putting Andy Halliday through his Hampden humiliation - but still feels it was the right thing to do.

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Kenny Miller, left, and Lee Wallace could both be on their way out of Ibrox this summer. Picture: SNS Group

The ideal destinations for Rangers outcasts Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace

The Rangers careers of Kenny Miller and Lee Wallace hang in the balance following an alleged bust-up with manager Graeme Murty, with some paper talk stating the two have played their last game for the club.

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Rangers agree three-year kit deal with Danish firm Hummel

Rangers have confirmed a new kit tie-up with Danish sportswear firm Hummel.

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