Wednesday's Scottish Gossip
Murrayfield could be the venue for some of Celtic's Champions League qualifiers next season, if they reach that competition, due to Parkhead being used for the Commonwealth Games.
Robert Snodgrass has warned his Scotland team-mates that a heavy defeat to Belgium could plunge the nation back into a deep international football depression. (Daily Record)
Belgium star Eden Hazard faces a race a against time to be fit after limping out of training on Tuesday. (Various)
Former Aston Villa midfielder Barry Bannan says Belgian striker Christian Benteke is "terrific".
Rangers striker Jon Daly reckons club team-mate Lee Wallace can do a great job for Scotland against Belgium. (Various)
Daniel van Buyten - Belgium's captain - has been watching reruns of his goal against Scotland in 2001 for inspiration for Friday's Hampden clash. (Various)
Celtic winger Derk Boerrigter will supply Neil Lennon with a full dossier on his former club - champions League rivals Ajax. (Various)
Hamilton Accies will use a £2m cash windfall from James McCarthy's move to Everton to produce more talented young players like him. (Daily Record)
The chief executive of Celtic, Peter Lawwell, says he is pleased to have been appointed to the main board of the SFA. (The Herald)
Hearts manager Gary Locke says he is relieved to have held on to midfielder Jason Holt despite transfer window interest from Nottingham Forest. (Daily Record)
Livingston's Stefan Scougall has become embroiled in a bitter war of words with Peterborough United after his move to the English League One side broke down on Monday. (Various)
Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine is preparing to make a comeback from injury in a friendly at home to Viking Stavanger tonight after nine months out with a broken leg. (Various)