Scotland's papers: Brexit vote countdown and Murray win

Most of Scotland's newspapers carry a photograph of Andy Murray lifting his trophy following his record-breaking fifth Queen's Championship win.

The Scotsman reports that thousands of scientists have joined forces to call for the UK to remain in the European Union, warning that billions of pounds of research funding are at stake.

The Daily Record uses its front page to make an EU plea to English readers to "stay together" and vote to remain in the EU.

The Herald leads with a postcode lottery story about a mother who was denied funds for cancer treatment when a fellow cancer patient received the drug free.

The Scottish Sun carries allegations about a man it says is claiming benefits while working as a chauffeur for an escort girl.

The Scottish Daily Mail says the Brexit campaign is on a "knife edge" with only three days to go before the polls open.

The National leads with Nicola Sturgeon warning that Boris Johnson could be the next prime minister if the UK votes to leave the EU.

According to the Scottish Daily Express, every family could be hit with a £2,600 "tax bombshell" if Britain stays in the EU.

The Scottish edition of The Times says the Brexit camp is divided after a senior Tory walked out.

The Press and Journal's north east edition leads with the death of a 17-year-old boy following a crash on the A90 in Aberdeenshire.

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