Scottish clubs asked to honour Nelson Mandela

Motherwell's Fir Park ground

The Scottish Professional Football League has recommended that a minute's applause be held before weekend matches as a mark of respect to Nelson Mandela.

The former South Africa president died on Thursday aged 95.

Friday evening's Motherwell v Celtic match is followed by five further Scottish Premiership matches on Saturday.

And there are also full cards in the Scottish Championship, League One and Two scheduled for Saturday.

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