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Billy McKay nets late winner as Inverness claim maximum points against Rangers

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Inverness celebrated their 1,000th competitive game with a 2-1 victory over Rangers as Billy McKay's 89th-minute overhead kick consigned Graeme Murty to a second consecutive Premiership defeat as caretaker manager.

Rangers lost the opening goal for the fifth match running when Greg Tansey swept home from 22 yards in the final minute of the first half but they were handed a lifeline midway through the second period when Louis Laing's late tackle on Lee Wallace gifted the visitors a penalty, which Martyn...

Liam Lindsay keen to concentrate on stopping goals rather than scoring them

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Heart of MidlothianHeart of Midlothian
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Partick Thistle centre-back Liam Lindsay admits he has been taking some stick from his team-mates since his flurry of goals dried up - but he is much more satisfied with their run of clean sheets.

The defender scored his sixth and most recent goal of the season in a 3-1 victory over Ross County on December 23 but he has helped Thistle to six clean sheets in eight matches since then.

The Jags are looking to keep a third consecutive clean sheet when they host Hearts in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Saturday...

Brian Easton commits future to St Johnstone ahead of Killie clash

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St Johnstone left-back Brian Easton has become the latest player to extend his stay in Perth after signing a new two-year contract.

The 28-year-old has committed himself to the summer of 2019 and followed the likes of David Wotherspoon, Richard Foster, Joe Shaughnessy and Steven MacLean in pledging his future to the club.

The former Hamilton and Burnley defender told the club's official website: "It's good to get it all done. There have been talks for the last month or two and it's great to get signed...

Shay Logan hopes home comforts help Aberdeen finish season in second

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Shay Logan hopes home comforts can help Aberdeen retain their second spot in the Ladbrokes Premiership.

Starting with the visit of Ross County on Saturday, the Dons play at Pittodrie in five of their last eight fixtures before the split.

And no matter how third-placed Rangers fare at Inverness on Friday night, Derek McInnes' side will go into the game ahead of the Light Blues, who will begin the match six points behind.

Aberdeen have lost only twice in the league in the Granite City this season, both...

Craig Clay confident Motherwell can climb Premiership table

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Motherwell midfielder Craig Clay is confident they have the squad to embark on a run and push up the Ladbrokes Premiership table.

Mark McGhee's side have lost five of their six matches in 2017, although all of their defeats came against the top-four teams.

Stephen McManus has been ruled out for six weeks with a groin injury ahead of Saturday's visit of Dundee, while another experienced defender, Steven Hammell, is a major doubt with a hip injury.

But Clay is confident they can move out of the bottom...