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  1. Celtic's Scott Sinclair targets England call-up
  2. Moussa Dembele fires double for France U21s v England
  3. Former Scotland strikers back Gordon Strachan

Live Reporting

By Thomas McGuigan and Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

  1. Have a good evening

    That's all from us today.

    Please join us again tomorrow for more Scottish football news and remember to tune in to Tuesday's Sportsound on BBC Radio Scotland 810MW/DAB/online from 18:30.

  2. Two clubs in for Scot Evans

    Charlton and Mansfield Town are in talks with ex-Leeds boss Steve Evans' representatives about their managerial vacancies, reports BBC Radio Sheffield.

    The Scot left Leeds in May, having previously won promotions with Crawley and Rotherham.

    Read more

    Steve Evans
  3. Are you having a laugh?


    Brendan Rodgers
    Image caption: Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers looked like he was enjoying himself at training this morning - his side face Kilmarnock on Friday
  4. 'Massive' if Gerrard joins Celtic - Sinclair

    Former England captain Steven Gerrard has been linked with a move to Celtic, should he depart LA Galaxy.

    Here's what Celtic's Scott Sinclair thinks of the prospect of the midfielder moving to Glasgow: "It would be massive if he did come here.

    "The fans would take to him, it would be a massive deal in football. He's a world class player, so I'm sure a lot of players here would learn off him."

    Steven Gerrard
  5. Awards brace for Morton

    Greenock Morton are riding high in the Scottish Championship - currently third - and three league wins out of three in October certainly helped.

    The Cappielow club have picked up two prizes in sponsors Ladbrokes' monthly awards with Jim Duffy voted manager of the month and defender Thomas O'Ware the player of the month.

    Jim Duffy

    O'Ware scored in Morton's biggest October win, a 5-0 rout against Queen of the South.

    Thomas O'Ware
  6. Scottish football podcast

    Click here to catch up on the BBC's Scottish football podcast or click the audio icon at the top.

    Taken from Radio Scotland's Sportsound, Monday's podcast features, among others, Clyde manager Barry Ferguson and a discussion about Scotland following last week's defeat by England.

    Barry Ferguson
    Image caption: Clyde manager Barry Ferguson features on Sportsound
  7. Sinclair's England ambition

    Richard Wilson

    BBC Scotland

    Scott Sinclair believes his performances for Celtic in the Champions League can lead to an England call-up.

    The attacking midfielder, 27, has played for his country at every level up to under-21s and still has ambitions to play at full international level.

    "When my time's right it will come," said the former Aston Villa player. "If I can get into England, that would be great, my ambition is still to play for my country.

    "If you can keep doing well in the Champions League then I don't see why not.

    "I wouldn't say there's any barrier [playing in Scotland], it's just how well you do.

    "My form's back, I'm scoring goals, we're winning games and I can't ask for much more."

    Scott Sinclair
  8. Kranjcar to return 'stronger than ever'

    Rangers midfielder Niko Kranjcar will return "fitter and stronger than ever," according to manager Mark Warburton.

    The Croatian suffered cruciate ligament damage in training in October and is expected to face a six-month lay-off.

    "Niko's operation went well, the stitches came out on Monday, which he is pleased about and the inflammation is down," Warburton told his club website.

    "He is going through the normal four weeks recovery period and then after four weeks he will revisit the surgeon and hopefully get the green light to push on from there. 

    "It is a really structured week-by-week programme, there is no cutting corners and unfortunately it is a very common injury in football now but the programme is set.

    "He is in great hands and his attitude is first-class. We have no doubt he will return back fitter and stronger than ever."

    Rangers midfielder Niko Kranjcar
    Image caption: Niko Kranjcar suffered a cruciate ligament injury in training
  9. What's on the back pages?


    • Celtic are the bookies' favourites to sign former LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard - and Owen Coyle says the former Liverpool star remains "a class act"
    • Rangers have joined the race to sign soon-to-be-out-of-contract Dundalk pair Andy Boyle and Daryl Horgan  
    • Celtic striker Moussa Dembele continued his rich goal-scoring form after firing a double for France U21s in their win against England
    • Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has cooled speculation linking him with Gordon Strachan's Scotland role

    Read what else is making headlines on the back pages, here

    Former LA Galaxy midfielder Steven Gerrard
    Image caption: Could Steven Gerrard be Celtic-bound?