Scottish Football Transfer News: Celtic star in-demand, Rangers-Celtic title race referee claim, Hearts star wants new deal, Aberdeen forward's future uncertain, Scotland game postponed
There was little surprise when it was revealed on Monday night that Scotland’s match with Ukraine won't go ahead later this month.
The World Cup play-off was due to be played at Hampden Park in two weeks’ time but due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine the sensible decision has been taken to postpone the match until June when the situation can be reassessed.
The ramifications on the playing calendar may be difficult with Nations League games due to be played in June, including Scotland taking on Ukraine in that competition. The World Cup being held in November and December means the football calendar has already been shifted around.
Domestically, referees and their decisions have been the biggest discussions of late, even more so after a weekend where it seemed every little decision was analysed and debated.
There are big games throughout midweek, starting with the Championship and League Two this evening. Partick Thistle are pushing for promotion from the second tier whereas opponents Queen of the South are eyeing survival. In the fourth tier Stenhousemuir face Kelty Hearts. The former are wanting a play-off place while the latter look to secure the title. Cowdenbeath, meanwhile, will be wanting to drag Stirling Albion into the relegation battle.
Wednesday sees Dundee face St Mirren in the one game outstanding in the Premiership before Rangers host Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League round of 16.
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