Scottish Gossip: Celtic, Barcelona, Rangers, Aberdeen, Dundee United

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Luis Suarez admits Barcelona are wary of Champions League rivals Celtic after their Old Firm romp. (Scottish Sun)

Scott Sinclair insists on-fire Celtic have nothing to lose against Barcelona and must believe they can stun the Spanish superstars. (Various)

Lee Wallace insists Rangers must never again experience emotional pain as intense as that felt after their Old Firm mauling. (Various)

Alan Thompson has told Celtic fans fearing the Champions League Group of Death: miracles do happen. (Scottish Sun, newspaper edition)

Scott Sinclair celebrates scoring Celtic's third goal against Rangers
Scott Sinclair is in confident mood after scoring five goals in seven games for Celtic

Andres Iniesta has vowed that the real Barcelona will turn up against Celtic and warned the Scottish champions not to be fooled by their shock home defeat to Alaves. (Various)

Chris Sutton believes Celtic's visit to Camp Nou to face Barcelona on Tuesday is a "freebie" because nobody expects them to get anything from their opening Champions League match. (Herald, newspaper edition)

Dundee United's Cammy Bell believes his "goalie's hat-trick" may never be repeated. (Courier)

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes stand-in skipper Graeme Shinnie is not a serious injury concern as the Dons prepare for a run of three games in eight days. (Various)

Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark says it is a sign of how far his side have come that they left Dens Park with a sense of disappointment following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Dundee. (Various)

Dundee are sweating on the fitness of club captain Darren O'Dea ahead of next Sunday's clash with Aberdeen at Dens Park. O'Dea left the ground on crutches on Saturday. (Courier)

Caley Thistle midfielder Iain Vigurs believes his team-mates have turned the corner after a slow start to the season. (Press and Journal)

Neil Lennon has hailed his history-making players as they became the first Hibs side in 70 years to win their opening five league matches. (Edinburgh Evening News)


US Open champion Jamie Murray prefers playing doubles with Bruno Soares than brother Andy. (Various)

Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares are targeting the world number one slot after bagging their second Grand Slam title of the year in New York. (Daily Record)

Russell Knox became only the second Scot - after Martin Laird six years ago - to book a place at the PGA's season-ending Tour Championship. (Daily Record, newspaper edition)

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