That's all for today folks.
Sportsound is on BBC Radio Scotland from 18:30, with host Kenny Macintyre joined in the studio by Motherwell striker Scott McDonald and former Hearts assistant manager Billy Brown.
Team news for tomorrow's Scottish Premiership matches coming up...
Celtic coach John Kennedy: "In terms of the bigger picture, we need to be planning for further ahead."
"Ian Cathro's first 90 minutes as Hearts head coach must have had his mind wandering towards next month's transfer window.
"The club has made giant progress in the last couple of years but that momentum must be maintained and the playing squad needs strengthened."
John Kennedy will delay becoming a head coach until he has learned more from Celtic's "ideal manager" Brendan Rodgers.
"You always learn from everyone, when I have been on my travels, doing club visits, speaking with managers and working with different people," said the 33-year-old former defender, who was kept on the coaching staff when Rodgers replaced Ronny Deila.
"You take different things from different people but in terms of the rounded manager, the ideal manager, so far, from the ones I have come across, he is it. He has the full package. You get some managers who are very skilled in man management, you get some managers who tend to be more coaches - Brendan ticks all the boxes.
"I didn't know where I was going to be (in the summer) but Brendan gave me a great opportunity and I couldn't pass up the chance to work with a man of his calibre.
"It would have been easy for me to go out and rush into something but I just feel that having the opportunity to work with a top-class coach and manager will prepare me even better for when the times comes for me to go and make that step. When that is... we will see."
Rangers have been visiting the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow today.
Megan Richardson (age 9) and Oscar Hamilton (age 4) sit either side of striker Kenny Miller at the front.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was talking to the media earlier as he looks forward to tomorrow's Premiership meeting with Motherwell.
The Dons were held to a 0-0 draw at home by St Johnstone on Saturday, while 'Well were also involved in a stalemate against Kilmarnock at Fir Park.
"David Wotherspoon caught my eye on Saturday in an impressively-organised St Johnstone display against Aberdeen at Pittodrie."
Former Aberdeen hero Dean Windass has been made bankrupt over a £150,000 tax debt.
A judge made the bankruptcy order against the 47-year-old at a hearing in London following an application from HM Revenue and Customs.
Windass played for the Dons between 1995–1998, scoring 31 goals in 92 appearances.
Earlier, Hamilton boss Martin Canning was telling us what a key player Ali Crawford is for his side.
Canning hopes the club can keep the midfielder until the summer at least, so he might not be best pleased that we're showing the seven Premiership goals he's scored so far.
There are a few crackers in the video below...
Celtic captain Scott Brown has been talking to the media ahead of tomorrow's Premiership game with Hamilton.
The runaway leaders are unbeaten domestically since manager Brendan Rodgers took over in the summer, winning 13 of their 14 league games.
John Higgins has made light work of Alan McManus in the first round of snooker's Scottish Open at the Emirates Arena.
Higgins won 4-1 after McManus had taken the opening frame.
The Dundee Telegraph is reporting that East Fife are to make Barry Smith their new manager later today.
Now, the 'Tele' may just have an inside scoop since the former Dundee and Alloa boss has been working as a sports writer for them since September.
The 42-year-old was last with English non-league side Aldershot Town but decided against renewing his contract at the end of last season.
League One East Fife need a new boss after Gary Naysmith left to join Queen of the South.
Four-time world champion John Higgins takes the fourth frame and leads Alan McManus 3-1.
Higgins only needs one more frame to win and reach the Scottish Open snooker second round.
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Hamilton Accies manager Martin Canning is braced for the departure of star player Ali Crawford but hopes it won't come before the end of the season.
Crawford has scored seven of his side's 18 league goals this term, including three goals in his last four matches.
"He is such an important player for us," Canning told BBC Scotland.
But the manager acknowledges he could lose the midfielder in the January transfer window "if the right thing comes up for Ali and for the club".
The Wizard of Wishaw has come back from 1-0 down to lead Alan 'Angles' McManus 2-1 at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow.
This Scottish Open snooker first round tie is best of seven frames.
John Higgins has taken the second frame at snooker's Scottish Open.
He's 1-1 with fellow Scot Alan McManus - best of seven frames.