Scottish Premier League

Celtic Target Victory Against Dundee United
Glasgow Celtic will be looking to bounce back from their league defeat last Saturday when they travel to face Dundee United this weekend. Celtic manager Neil Lennon urged his players not think about their midweek Champions League clash against Barcelona as beating Dundee is an important target for the Hoops.
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Hearts Not Underestimating Dundee
Hearts will be facing a tricky test on Saturday as they face Dundee at Dens Park Stadium. John McGlynn's men were beaten in both clubs' previous meeting in SPL, so the manager isn't keen on having similar result this weekend.
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SPL Weekend Goals Recap
Another round of SPL ended this weekend and there were tons of goals again along with some interesting results which might surprised many Scottish football enthusiast. Obviously the most shocking result on the weekend was Glasgow Celtic's 2-0 home defeat against Kilmarnock.
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John McGlynn Wants a More Clinical Hearts
Hearts manager John McGlynn left with plenty disappointment after his side only managed to grab a 2-2 draw against Ross County on the weekend. Speaking after the game, McGlynn said that Hearts should've closed the game in the first half as they had chances to score more than one goal.
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Butcher Disappointed With Inverness’ Draw Against St Johnstone
Inverness CT manager Terry Butcher was a bit disappointed with the 1-1 result his side picked up against St Johnstone on Saturday as he believes his team could've get a better result.
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Doran Believes Inverness Deserved More Against St Johnstone
Inverness only managed to grab a 1-1 draw in their last SPL fixture against St Johnstone on Saturday. Speaking to the press after the match, Inverness winger Aaron Doran admitted that his team were a little bit disappointed with the draw as he believes they have enough chances to win it.
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Dundee United Set to Face St Mirren Challenge
Dundee United will be facing St Mirren in the SPL on Saturday and United's assistant manager, Paul Hegarty hope his side can continue their good performance in previous week. Hegarty said he is happy that his team found their best form again last weekend when they face Aberdeen, which ended in a 1-1 draw.
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Celtic Expecting a Difficult Match Against Kilmarnock
Glasgow Celtic get themselves back on SPL action this weekend as  they set to face Kilmarnock on Saturday. Ahead of that important clash, Celtic manager Neil Lennon admitted that it will be a different type of game compared to their recent Champions League clash against Barcelona.
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Hearts Confident Ahead of Ross County Challenge
Hearts will be aiming to get their second consecutive league victory when they play host to Ross County on Saturday. Having just ended their poor streak last weekend with a 1-0 win against Motherwell, Hearts manager, John McGlynn is hoping that his players can produce similar result on Saturday.
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Kilmarnock Eying Positive Result Against Celtic
After suffering a 2-1 defeat against St Johstone in the league last weekend, Kilmarnock will be facing a tough test on Saturday when they travel to Celtic Park and challenge Glasgow Celtic.
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Celtic Consider Barca Clash as the Ultimate Test
Glasgow Celtic will be facing Spanish giant Barcelona in the Champions League this Tuesday and the Scottish side's manager, Neil Lennon consider it as the club's ultimate test. Lennon felt that Celtic have grown in the past few years and showed improvement especially in Europe but the game against Barca away at Nou Camp will be a huge task for them.
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Neil Lennon Praises Celtic Attitude and Performance Against St Mirren
Glasgow Celtic manager Neil Lennon praises his team's performance after their successful 5-0 victory against St Mirren on the weekend. Lennon said that his players showed a top class attitude along with excellent football on the pitch, leading into a very successful result.
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SPL Goals Recap
Scottish Premier League finished its 10th round last weekend and there were plenty goals coming as there were no scoreless ties. Some interesting result from last weekend would be Glasgow Celtic's massive 5-0 win over St Mirren and also Inverness' success in battering Dundee 4-1.
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Terry Butcher Said Inverness Victory Over Dundee Was Far from Easy
Inverness CT successfully defeated Dundee 4-1 on the weekend but the Caley Thistle's manager, Terry Butcher claimed that it wasn't as easy as the score line suggested. Terry said that although they managed to go two goals up, Dundee still didn't gave up and when the score line became 2-1, things started to get tricky for Inverness.
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John McGlynn Happy With Win Against Motherwell
Hearts manager John McGlynn was delighted with the victory his team picked up against Motherwell on Sunday, claiming that the success was all down to hard work. McGlynn stated that the players showed a very good team spirit against Motherwell and it helped them overcome that tough match.
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Motherwell Looking Forward for Hearts Challenge
Motherwell will be looking to bounce back from their previous league defeat against Glasgow Celtic when Stuart McCall's men travel to Hearts on Sunday. Speaking to the press ahead of that tough fixture, McCall admitted that it won't be an easy job for Motherwell, especially since they're rather short on squad depth at the moment with only 17-18 players available.
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