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Summary

  1. Draw for Women's Euro 2017 finals made
  2. Scotland drawn in Group D with England, Portugal & Spain
  3. Rangers midfielder Joey Barton signed off with stress
  4. Charlie Mulgrew added to Gordon Strachan's Scotland squad
  5. Championship: Dundee United v Dunfermline (19:45 GMT)

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By Thomas McGuigan and Keir Murray

All times stated are UK

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  1. Signeul relishes England clash

    Kenny Crawford

    BBC Sport Scotland in Rotterdam

    Scotland Women's head coach Anna Signeul says playing England in their first game of their maiden major tournament is a "great start". 

    She hopes her players get "motivated" by the prospect of facing their team-mates at club level in the women's English Premier League.

    They meet on Wednesday 19 July, in Group D in Utrecht.

    Scotland head coach Anna Signeul
    Image caption: Anna Signeul says her Scotland players will be fired up to face England
  2. Barton signed off with stress

    Chris McLaughlin

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has been signed off with stress as negotiations on a severance deal continue.  

    The 34-year-old Englishman was told to return to train with the under-20s last week following a six-week suspension for a training ground row with team-mates in September.

    The former Burnley and Manchester City player has not been at training since Thursday.

    Barton has made eight appearances for Mark Warburton's side this season.

    The once-capped England international left Burnley under freedom of contract at the end of last season, signing a two-year contract at Ibrox.

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    Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has been signed off with stress
    Image caption: Joey Barton has been signed off with stress