Last updated on 30 October 202030 October 2020.From the section Scottish
Celtic manager Neil Lennon says defender Kristoffer Ajer is a doubt for Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Aberdeen with a groin injury, while he hailed Mohamed Elyounoussi’s performance against Lille as his best for the club (Scottish Sun)external-link.
Elyounoussi, meanwhile, says Lennon does not deserve recent criticism after Celtic’s poor recent run (Scotsman).external-link
And Lennon says goalkeeper Scott Bain is pushing for the number one spot after saving a penalty in the draw in Lille (Scottish Sun).external-link
Hibernian head coach Jack Ross has refused to give an injury update on his squad as they prepare for Saturday’s Scottish Cup semi-final against Hearts(Edinburgh Evening News)external-link.
Dundee United manager Micky Mellon believes a deal with players and coaching staff for wage cuts will be done (Courier)external-link.
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine is closing in on a one-year contract extension, triggered when he reaches a certain number of games this season (Press & Journal)external-link.
Watch Caroline Weir’s stunning strike for Manchester City against Manchester United that has earned the midfielder a Fifa Puskas Award nomination.
BBC Scotland examines the impact not having supporters is having on clubs and communities, and the case for crowds to return.
Scot Callum Skinner on his near self-destructive journey to Olympic and Commonwealth Games glory and why he retired at just 26.
BBC Scotland takes a look at Rangers’ remarkable start to the campaign as Celtic drop points again.
BBC Scotland takes you through Scotland’s night of celebration via the eyes of the players who lived it.
Swimmer Michael Jamieson discusses the pursuit of excellence which led to an Olympic silver medal but also resulted in mental health problems and depression.
Sportscene will show all of the day’s Scottish Premiership goals every Saturday evening this season.
Everything you need to know about following football with BBC Sport Scotland