It is the final round of Premiership fixtures of 2020 in Scotland this evening.
Tuesday evening saw all 10 Championship teams in action with Hearts extending their lead at the top of the league with a win over Arbroath while Queen of the South produced a huge surprise with a win at Raith Rovers.
Tonight will see all 12 top-flight teams take centre stage with kick-offs as early as 3pm. There are big games across the league before we finally put 2020 behind us with the January transfer window also opening in the few days’ time.
Scroll and down and click through for all of Wednesday’s Scottish football headlines.
1. Lennon "content" with goalkeepers
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has revealed he won’t be looking to sign a goalkeeper in January. It was expected that the Parkhead side would make a new stopper a priority after their goalkeeper struggles with new keeper Vasilis Barkas, Scott Bain and Conor Hazard. But Lennon has ruled out a return for Fraser Forster, stating he is “content” with his options. (Various) Photo: Craig Williamson - SNS Group
2. Wilshere trains with former team
Jack Wilshere is training with former side Bournemouth as he waits for his next move. The ex-Arsenal ace has been linked with a switch to Rangers having been available on a free deal after leaving West Ham. A deal with Cherries is thought not to be on the table. (Bournemouth Echo) Photo: SNS Group Craig Williamson
3. Positive news over Newell contract
Jack Ross has revealed Hibs are moving in the “right direction” regarding a new contract for star midfielder Joe Newell. The Englishman has been hugely influential this campaign with his performances in the middle of the park. His current deal expires at the end of the season. (Evening News) Photo: Mark Scates - SNS Group
4. Celtic tipped to re-sign Roberts
Celtic have been tipped to re-sign Patrick Roberts by former Aberdeen forward Noel Whelan. The 23-year-old is currently on loan with Championship side Middlesbrough from Manchester City but has played just over 250 minutes in the league, failing to complete a 90 minutes. Roberts played nearly 80 times across a loan spell at Celtic. (Football Insider) Photo: SNS Group Craig Williamson