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Rangers v Celtic - story of the match

Celtic dished out one final dose of humiliation to hapless Rangers as their 5-1 Ibrox win took them to within five games of a blemish free domestic campaign.

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Line of Duty's Adrian Dunbar hails Sir Alex Ferguson as inspiration for cop role

Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar has revealed his character in the show is partially based on former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

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Andy Murray just sees off Albert Ramos-Vinolas in Barcelona

Andy Murray avoided losing to Albert Ramos-Vinolas for the second successive week with a battling performance at the Barcelona Open.

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Brendan Rodgers thinks Rangers could play into Celtic's hands

Brendan Rodgers believes Rangers could play into Celtic's hands if they loosen the shackles in Saturday's Ladbrokes Premiership encounter at Ibrox.

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Rangers not running scared of Celtic, says Martyn Waghorn

Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn insists there is no fear factor gripping Ibrox as his side prepare for this season's final attempt at shooting down Celtic.

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Higgins: Winning fifth world title would be my best ever snooker achievement

John Higgins says winning a fifth world title would be his greatest snooker feat as he closes in on another Crucible final.

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Kirsty Gilmour guarantees Euro medal by defeating Line Kjaersfeldt in Denmark

Kirsty Gilmour has guaranteed a medal at the European Badminton Championships in Kolding, Denmark.

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Rangers v Celtic - Talking Points

Rangers face Celtic for the second time in seven days on Saturday.

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Celtic striker Moussa Dembele 'has a chance' of making Scottish Cup final

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has not ruled Moussa Dembele out of the William Hill Scottish Cup final.

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Pedro Caixinha determined to bridge gulf between Celtic and Rangers

Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has been forced to admit his side are living in Celtic's shadow - but he is determined to slash the gap separating the sides.

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Derek McInnes brushes off rumours linking Kenny McLean to Rangers

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has brushed off reports linking Rangers with another potential move for one of his players.

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Hodge urges Edinburgh players to repay fans against Dragons

Duncan Hodge has urged his Edinburgh players to repay fans for their loyal support during a difficult campaign as he prepares for his last home match in charge.

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Andy Murray handed walkover in Barcelona Open second round

Andy Murray has been given a walkover into the third round of the Barcelona Open after Bernard Tomic pulled out with a back problem.

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"I like to have fun" says Ronnie O'Sullivan - but his World Championship is over

Ronnie O'Sullivan denied he snubbed the chance of a maximum break as he crashed out of the Betfred World Championship to Ding Junhui.

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Joey Barton accuses game of sending mixed message on gambling's pros and cons

Joey Barton has called on football to reconsider its links with the gambling industry after the Football Association banned him for 18 months for breaking its betting rules.

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Ticket sales knowledge would have prevented Whyte deal, Sir David Murray says

Sir David Murray has told a court he would "categorically" not have done a deal with Craig Whyte to buy Rangers if he thought the money to clear the club's debts was coming from future season-ticket sales.

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'My boy!' - Sir Rod Stewart enjoys son Liam's GB strike

Sir Rod Stewart could not hide his pride after his son Liam scored his first goal for Great Britain in the 5-1 World Championship Division One Group B victory over Estonia in Belfast.

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Rangers need £50m for players to catch Celtic claims Willie Henderson

Former Rangers winger Willie Henderson claims £50million is required for new players if the Ibrox club is to compete with Celtic.

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Craig Whyte's Rangers offer seemed 'viable proposition', court told

Craig Whyte's offer to buy Rangers Football Club seemed to be a "viable proposition", a court has heard.

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Patrick Roberts thankful Andy Halliday did not injure him with wild lunge

Celtic winger Patrick Roberts admits he is relieved he did not sustain serious damage after Andy Halliday's wild lunge.

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