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Celtic flop in Bayern Munich link, Rangers host Champions League ref, Morelos record bid, Hearts coach on job future, Bellingham: Scottish Football transfers and news

A huge night of European action awaits for Rangers and Celtic as both bid to take their European campaigns into March.

The Old Firm pair’s ties are in deep contrast or given Celtic’s Arctic venue, maybe that should be polar opposites.

Ange Postecoglou’s league leaders trail Bodo/Glimt 3-1 from the first leg and have elected not to test out the synthetic surface at the Aspmyra Stadium pre-match.

A winter weather warning has been issued and opposition boss Kjeil Knutsen has warned Ange Postecoglou it will be his ‘coldest match ever’.

Borussia Dortmund are in for a chilly evening in Scotland despite a red-hot atmosphere anticipated at Ibrox.

Glasgow woke up to a blanket of snow on matchday morning with the Bundesliga giants aiming to overcome the elements and a two-goal deficit to Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s reigning Scottish champions after last week’s 4-2 stunner in the Westfalenstadion.

The weather also claimed a football victim last night with Dundee’s match against St Mirren rained off with a water-logged pitch at the Kilmac Stadium but there has been plenty going on within the domestic scene across the SPFL.

Here’s a look at the stories making the headlines on Thursday, February 24.