The final round of Scottish Premiership fixtures for the year were played on Wednesday.
Well, in typical 2020 fashion in didn’t quite go to plan with Livingston's game against Aberdeen on the artificial surface at the Tony Macaroni arena failing to go ahead due to issues with snow and freezing temperatures.
The other five games did go ahead with comfortable wins for Celtic, Rangers, Kilmarnock and Ross County. The latter victory was the big surprise with John Hughes leading the Staggies to a win at Hibs. St Johnstone and Hamilton Accies played out a goalless draw.
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1. Arfield out of Old Firm game
Rangers have been dealt a blow ahead of the Old Firm game on Saturday. Manager Steven Gerrard has revealed midfielder Scott Arfield will miss the match due to an injury picked up in the recent win over Hibs. Wednesday’s victory over St Mirren was the first game he had missed this campaign. (Various) Photo: Rob Casey - SNS Group
2. Jullien a doubt for Rangers clash
Celtic are also set to be without a key player. Christopher Jullien was subbed in the win over Dundee United on Wednesday after a nasty collision with a post. The Frenchman’s knee smacked against the woodwork when clearing a Marc McNulty effort. He was replaced by Nir Bitton and Neil Lennon confirmed there was a lot of swelling. (Various) Photo: Craig Williamson - SNS Group
3. Barkas to fight for No.1 spot
Vasilis Barkas has no intention of leaving Celtic. The Greek goalkeeper was signed in the summer but has struggled since joining. He was back between the sticks for the win over Dundee United as Neil Lennon wants him to be No.1 and he wants to fight for the jersey. (Giannis Chorianopoulos) Photo: Craig Williamson - SNS Group
4. Elhamed set for exit
Celtic defender Hatem Abd Elhamed could be set for an exit. Former club Hapoel Be’er Sheva have made a loan approach for the Israeli ace. The 29-year-old hasn’t been involved since last month and has struggled to settle in Glasgow. (Daily Record) Photo: Craig Foy - SNS Group