St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright has dismissed any notion that Rangers could be vulnerable after their European exploits.
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Ross Stewart is relishing the prospect of taking on in-form Motherwell after his impressive strike helped Ross County get back to winning ways.
St Johnstone midfielder Jason Holt will have to miss the visit of parent club Rangers under the terms of his loan deal.
Steven Gerrard believes Borna Barisic’s Rangers career should go from strength to strength following his “outstanding” performance against Feyenoord on Thursday night.
Livingston midfielder Scott Pittman is back running after injury but Saturday’s Ladbrokes Premiership visit of Aberdeen is likely to come too soon for him.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths should be back in contention for the visit of Kilmarnock in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Sunday.
Gary MacKenzie will miss St Mirren’s Ladbrokes Premiership clash with Hamilton.
Motherwell defender Charles Dunne is to see a specialist over his groin problem.
Hibernian will be without Vykintas Slivka for their Edinburgh derby clash with Hearts after a scan revealed a fracture in his ankle.
David Moyo feels he has readjusted to full-time football as he looks to kick-start his career at Hamilton.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has challenged his players to make it four wins in a row to storm up to second place.
Niall McGinn spoke of a “great week” of football ahead for Aberdeen as they prepare for the first of three consecutive away fixtures.
Paul Heckingbottom revealed he has been placing more responsibility on his Hibernian players in training ahead of Sunday’s Edinburgh derby clash with Hearts.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon praised the character of Kilmarnock counterpart Angelo Alessio ahead of their Ladbrokes Premiership clash on Sunday.
Paul McGinn believes a player in the mould of manager Jim Goodwin is what St Mirren are missing right now.
Kilmarnock midfielder Mohamed El Makrini is looking forward to adding Celtic Park to the long list of top grounds he has played at when Angelo Alessio’s men visit the champions on Sunday.
Gary Holt wants Livingston to maintain their high standards against Aberdeen after the disappointment of losing to Rangers.
Hearts boss Craig Levein remains confident the players he has at his disposal are good enough to turn their season around as they prepare to take on local rivals Hibernian on Sunday.
Angelo Alessio believes Kilmarnock’s recent winning run has led to a change in attitude among his squad and he hopes their new-found confidence will be evident again when they take on champions Celtic on Sunday.
St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin insists it is “not all doom and gloom” despite his team losing their last three Ladbrokes Premiership matches.