Gossip column: Scottish Cup final, Shinnie, Latapy, Terry, Boyd
Inverness CT assistant boss Russell Latapy is urging Aberdeen-bound Graeme Shinnie to bow out of the club in style by winning the Scottish Cup. (Various)
Stuart McCall is confident striker Kris Boyd can fire Rangers into the top flight at Motherwell's expense. (Various)
Inverness CT sparked a Scottish Cup row after manager John Hughes snubbed the official pre-final press conference.
Rangers winger Tom Walsh insists he is willing to take a penalty, should a shoot-out be required to decide their Premiership play-off against Motherwell.
Full story: Daily Record
Montpellier president Louis Nicollin says Celtic and Rangers are in the hunt for the French club's player of the year - winger Anthony Mounier.
Full story: Scottish Sun
Falkirk defender Peter Grant Jnr was just 12-months-old when his Dad lifted the Scottish Cup for Celtic against Airdrie in 1995. The Grant clan will be hoping for another winner's medal following today's Scottish Cup final against Inverness CT. (Various)
Injured Inverness CT captain Richie Foran insists he "won't do a John Terry" and hog any final glory, should they win the Scottish Cup. (Various)
Ian Baraclough says Motherwell, who hold a 3-1 first leg lead, will aim to kill off Rangers in Sunday's Premiership play-off at Fir Park. (Various)
Rangers boss Stuart McCall says the Premiership play-off is "motherwell's to lose" as he prepares for the second leg amid a growing injury list.
Full story: The Herald
Gregor Townsend is confident both he and his Glasgow Warriors squad are better equipped to deal with today's Pro12 final than they were a year ago. (Various)