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Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday insists the Championship winners can challenge for the Premiership title next season. (Various)

Celebrating last night's title win, Rangers manager Mark Warburton says the Ibrox revolution is just beginning, saying "this is just the first step". (Various)

Hearts players have been banned from their Riccarton training ground for two days as the club bid to eradicate the virus that led to the postponement of Tuesday's visit to Inverness CT. (Daily Record)

Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko is a doubt for the Scottish Cup semi-final with Rangers after limping out of last night's 0-0 draw at Dundee with a thigh injury. (Daily Record)

Dundee captain Paul McGowan says Celtic looked "nervy" at Dens Park but is backing his former team to hold off the challenge of Aberdeen. (Herald)

Wigan are set to renew their interest in midfielder Scott Allan and will approach Celtic about a one-year loan deal. (Sun)

Having been released by Celtic this week after 20 months out of the first team, Derk Boerrigter aims to rekindle his career in the USA. (Sun)

Ahead of Friday's trip to Tynecastle, Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes a strong Hearts side has made his own players raise their game. (Daily Express)

"I've not seen a better goal all season; it doesn't get any better than that," was manager Alan Stubbs' take on Martin Boyle's 30-yard winner for Hibs against Livingston last night. (Various)

Dunfermline boss Allan Johnston is urging 30-goal striker Faissal El Bakhtaoui to stay on for another season before moving on to bigger things. (Daily Record)

Scotland's women will play their crucial 3 June Euro 2017 qualifier against Iceland at the Falkirk Stadium since no grass pitches are available due to maintenance plans. (The National)

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