Hearts interim boss Austin MacPhee has lashed out at pundit Allan Preston, accusing him of spreading lies in an astonishing rant.
Marcus Fraser is craving an overdue win as Ross County return to action after the international break.
Leigh Griffiths returns to the Celtic squad for the Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Livingston at Parkhead.
Angelo Alessio’s Kilmarnock squad is almost at full fitness ahead of Saturday’s Rugby Park clash with Hearts.
St Mirren’s Kirk Broadfoot will miss the visit of Ross County in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Saturday.
Liam Gordon has returned to full training at St Johnstone following a knee injury.
Gary Holt is adamant Livingston’s remarkable defensive record against Celtic will have no bearing on Saturday’s showdown at Parkhead.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits Andy Considine may not be considered fashionable enough for a Scotland cap but he insists the defender will always be in vogue at Pittodrie.
Tommy Wright is looking forward to a run of games after a disrupted Ladbrokes Premiership season so far forSt Johnstone.
When his brother turned up at his door on Tuesday night on a high after scoring a double in Scotland’s 3-1 win over Kazakhstan, St Mirren defender Paul McGinn was pleased but in no mood to keep him company.
New Hibernian boss Jack Ross could hand Adam Bogdan a second debut against Motherwell on Saturday after signing the former Liverpool goalkeeper this week.
Stephen Robinson hailed Bevis Mugabi for winning a long-term deal at Motherwell – then warned the defender he is not guaranteed to keep his place in the Fir Park line-up.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice is facing a selection crisis ahead of Rangers’ visit to the Foys Stadium on Sunday.
Steven Gerrard has vowed to hand Glen Kamara an improved contract as long as the Rangers midfielder continues to shine.
Scott Brown believes the return of Leigh Griffiths would be a timely boost for both Scotland and Celtic.
Jack Ross has challenged his new Hibernian players to pick up the points that mean he will not have to go shopping for replacements in January.
Angelo Alessio believes James Fowler’s return to Kilmarnock is perfectly timed as he gears up for the January sales.
St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin has consigned a “freak” result at Hearts to history as he prepares for the resumption of the Ladbrokes Premiership on Saturday.
Darian MacKinnon has vowed not to let his frustrations sink Hamilton’s fight for survival.
Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster has confirmed he will see out the season at Parkhead – but admits his long-term future is yet to be decided.
Brian Rice has backed his young Hamilton side to make a splash when they are thrown in at the deep end against Rangers on Sunday.
The Ladbrokes Premiership season is roughly a third of the way through and some interesting trends have emerged – including Hamilton and striker George Oakley in particular being been the most efficient attacking force.
Jack Ross is keen to make “a little bit of history” with Hibernian.
Hearts have made a post-tax profit of almost £3million as a result of donations from unnamed benefactors.
Jack Ross has vowed to help Hibernian live up to their big gun billing in Scotland after being confirmed as the club’s new head coach.
The tax authority has refuted claims that it miscalculated a demand which was a major factor in the financial collapse of Rangers in 2012.
Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson insists the pressure to stop Celtic winning nine Scottish Premiership titles in a row will not stop manager Steven Gerrard from blooding youngsters in his first team.
New Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson insists the Ibrox club do not have to sell prize assets like Alfredo Morelos come January.
Declan Gallagher insists he is now up to speed with international football and hopes to make his Scotland debut soon.
Neil Lennon will appraise Celtic’s season during the international break after the champions stayed top of the Ladbrokes Premiership with a 2-0 win over Motherwell.
Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo is aiming to get “nasty” after turning his apprehension to elation on his return trip to Livingston.
Neil Lennon heaped praise on ‘reliable’ Jonny Hayes after his man of the match performance in Celtic’s 2-0 win over Motherwell at Parkhead.