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Scottish Football Transfer News: Rangers 'target' transfer twist, Celtic to release 7-time league winner, Hibs prepare for Martin Boyle bid, Aberdeen end interest in midfielder

The day has finally arrived, the Scottish Premiership returns with no restrictions on crowds.

By Joel Sked
Monday, 17th January 2022, 7:52 am

Hibs travel to Glasgow to face Celtic this evening as the top-flight resumes after its rescheduled winter break. A full round of fixtures takes place with the five other matches taking place on Tuesday night ahead of the Scottish Cup fourth round which begins on Thursday with Cove Rangers making the trip to Easter Road.

Going into the final 18 games of the campaign there is still plenty to play for. Six points separates Rangers and Celtic at the top of the league with nine points between third-place Hearts an sixth-place Aberdeen. Dundee United, who are hoping to add Motherwel’s Tony Watt this month, are a further two points behind in the race for the top six.

At the bottom of the Premiership, St Johnstone’s wretched form saw them plummet to the bottom of the table ahead of the winter break. They are not cast adrift just yet with six points between the Perth Saints and Livingston in eighth with St Mirren, Ross County and Dundee in between.

There will still be plenty of transfer interest in the meantime with clubs still having two weeks to get their business done before the transfer window closes.

The Buddies are the only top-flight team yet to make an addition to their squad in what has been a hectic market so far.

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At the bottom of the Premiership, St Johnstone’s wretched form saw them plummet to the bottom of the table ahead of the winter break. They are not cast adrift just yet with six points between the Perth Saints and Livingston in eighth with St Mirren, Ross County and Dundee in between.

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