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Dundee UnitedDundee United
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CelticCeltic
KilmarnockKilmarnock
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St MirrenSt Mirren
Ross CountyRoss County
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Dundee UnitedDundee United
Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
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DundeeDundee
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Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
MotherwellMotherwell
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Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
CelticCeltic
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1
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DundeeDundee
Dundee UnitedDundee United
3
1
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AberdeenAberdeen
Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
1
0
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CelticCeltic
Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
2
0
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Ross CountyRoss County
St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
1
0
FT
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MotherwellMotherwell
St MirrenSt Mirren
5
0
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AberdeenAberdeen
Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
0
0
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KilmarnockKilmarnock
MotherwellMotherwell
1
2
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Dundee UnitedDundee United
Ross CountyRoss County
1
2
FT
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Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
1
1
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Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
DundeeDundee
1
1
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St Johnstone 2-0 St Mirren

St JohnstoneSt Johnstone
St MirrenSt Mirren
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St Johnstone cruised to a 2-0 win over St Mirren at McDiarmid Park on Saturday, a result which leaves the visitors four points adrift at the bottom of the Scottish Premiership.

A goal in each half from Brian Graham and Steven Anderson, both of which were set up by David Wotherspoon, proved decisive to move Tommy Wright's side up to fifth in the table.

St Mirren came into the game as the league's lowest goalscorers and struggled to make an impact going forward, with Viktor Genev forcing a good save...

 By Chris Jones

The Old Firm, Rangers vs. Celtic, remains a derby like no other

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley sounds off on Celtic's 2-0 win over Rangers in the Scottish League Cup, where he feels the standards have dropped immensely and as if two pub teams were playing against each other.
Just like old times: Rangers and Celtic faced off in the Scottish League Cup semifinal at Hampden Park, the first Old Firm match in almost three years.

In the latest edition of ESPN FC's derbies series, which features eyewitness insights into some of the biggest rivalries in world football, Chris Jones visits Glasgow for the first game in three years between Celtic and Rangers. 

GLASGOW, Scotland -- Glasgow wakes up slowly on winter Sunday mornings, even if the Old Firm is waiting, even if the first match between Celtic and Rangers in nearly three years is only hours away. It's not as though the center of the city was shimmering at dawn, lit...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Scottish Premiership goal of the month won by 11-year-old Celtic fan

Celtic fan Jay Beatty has beaten the likes of Adam Rooney and David Goodwillie to win the Scottish Premiership's goal of the month award with a whopping 97 percent of the votes cast.

The 11-year-old, who has Down's syndrome, shot to fame at the end of last season when his hero, Georgios Samaras, plucked him from the crowd to take part in the club's title celebrations.

Jay had said his dream was to score a goal for Celtic and celebrate like Samaras -- and the club fulfilled his wishes at half-time...

Scottish manager exodus shows changing face of Premier League

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson laments the loss of Scottish representation in the Premier League, both on the managerial and player level.

With Paul Lambert "parting ways" with Aston Villa, the Premier League is without a single Scottish manager for the first time in its history -- and in England's top flight since 1984.

Think about the great English club sides of the past four decades. In many cases, they're synonymous with Scottish managers. Sir Alex "Matt" Busby, Sir Alex Ferguson (both Manchester United) and Bill Shankly (Liverpool) and are rightly regarded as the crème de la crème, and they aren't alone.

Over the...