Wednesday's Scottish Gossip

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Manager Gordon Strachan wants his Scotland players to ignore the hype and play with cool heads against England at Wembley tonight. (Various)

Kenny Miller is tipped to lead the Scotland attack in the friendly against England, with attacking midfield support from Robert Snodgrass, James Morrison and Shaun Maloney. (Various)

England captain Steven Gerrard is warning his team-mates they dare not lose to Scotland. (Various)

Celtic have rejected a £5m bid for keeper Fraser Forster from Benfica. (Sun)

Former Rangers goalkeeper Neil Alexander has agreed a one-year deal at Crystal Palace. (Daily Mail)

St Johnstone keeper Alan Mannus will miss six weeks of action with a shoulder injury. (Various)

Fans' group Foundation of Hearts are likely to be named preferred bidders for the administration-hit club this week. (Various)

Scotland U21 captain Stuart Armstrong apologised to fans after last night's 6-0 mauling from England at Bramall Lane. (Daily Express)

Former financial director Imran Ahmad plans to sue Rangers for £3.4m in bonuses and legal costs. (Daily Express)

London financier Kieran Prior says he has failed twice with offers to buy out the five million shares in Rangers owned by former chief executive Charles Green. (Daily Record)

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