Tonight sees Aberdeen make the trip to Hamilton Accies, while Celtic and Rangers are in European action on Thursday evening. Celtic are looking to save their chances of qualification from the group in Prague, whereas Rangers are looking to take another scalp in Benfica at Ibrox.
With the transfer window around the corner there is bound to be an increase in speculation but most of the headlines are revolving around the future of Neil Lennon as Celtic boss with the pressure increasing and former team-mates having their say.
Scroll down and click through for all of Wednesday’s Scottish football news and transfer talk.
1. Rangers' Benfica boost
Rangers have been given a huge boost for the upcoming Europa League clash with Benfica. The Portuguese giants will be without NINE players with Adel Taarabt the latest player to test positive for Covid-19. They were already missing the likes of Darwin Nunez and Mile Svilar. (Daily Record)
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2. McNamara: Celtic board have to decide on Lennon future
Ex-Celtic ace Jackie McNamara has called on the club’s board to sack Neil Lennon IF they feel they can get a better manager in. McNamara talked about the uncertainty around the management position and how Lennon is currently in “survival mode”. (67HailHail)
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3. Howe on Celtic speculation
Eddie Howe has revealed he is prepared to wait for the right job to become available. The Englishman has been touted as a replacement for Neil Lennon as Celtic boss. Howe left Bournemouth at the start of August. (Sky Sports)
4. Silva second-favourite to replace Lennon
Howe is odds-on favourite to become the next Celtic boss if Neil Lennon was to be sacked. Not far behind in the betting shortlist is ex-Everton manager Marco Silva at 3/1. Ex-Hoops boss Gordon Strachan and Hibs’ Jack Ross also feature. (Betfair)
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