•   
  •   

Sport Referees for Scottish Premiership post-split fixtures including Rangers v Hibs, Celtic and Hearts in the SPFL Championship

22:15  05 april  2021
22:15  05 april  2021 Source:   scotsman.com

How Rangers players rated in 17th straight SPFL Premiership win at Ibrox this season, 2-1 against Hibs

  How Rangers players rated in 17th straight SPFL Premiership win at Ibrox this season, 2-1 against Hibs Two impressive goals lit up a cold afternoon at Ibrox for Rangers as the unbeaten run in the SPFL Premiership continues. © Rangers' Joe Aribo celebrates making it 1-0. (Photo by Rob Casey / SNS Group) Joe Aribo gave Rangers the lead after 20 minutes with a fine drive after Ofir Marciano had scooped a Kemar Roofe header off the line. Rangers kept the pressure up and Nathan Patterson’s ball back into the danger area was knocked around by Roofe and Morelos before being hammered home by the Nigerian.

It’s the beginning of the end as the first fixtures of the SPFL Premiership after the split are played this weekend.

a person holding a racket © Referee appointments for this weekend's Scottish fixtures

Referees have been appointed across the divisions and there are big games in the Championship and at the bottom of the Premiership.

a man standing next to a football ball © Saturday, April 10, 2021. Kick off 3pm. Referee: Kevin Clancy

Kilmarnock host fellow relegation rivals Ross County at Rugby Park – while in the second tier Hearts are attempting to make the step up – but after failing to beat Dunfermline Athletic last week they won’t be able to do it this weekend. Robbie Neilson’s side are in Friday night football action on BBC Scotland while city rivals Hibs are at Ibrox on Sunday to play the Premiership champions Rangers.

Kevin Nisbet's remarkable three-year journey from being released to Scotland cap

  Kevin Nisbet's remarkable three-year journey from being released to Scotland cap The Hibernian striker made his international debut against the Faroe Islands on Wednesday nightIt was less than three years ago that the Cambuslang man’s career was in the balance after being released from Partick Thistle.

a man holding a football ball © Saturday, April 10, 2021. Kick off 3pm. Referee: Bobby Madden

Get a year of unlimited access to all The Scotsman's sport coverage without the need for a full subscription. Expert analysis of the biggest games, exclusive interviews, live blogs, transfer news and 70 per cent fewer ads on Scotsman.com - all for less than £1 a week. Subscribe to us today

Celtic star wanted by Arsenal to replace countryman as Rangers attacker 'worth £25 million' .
Tuesday’s Scottish football news and gossip © Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard is reportedly wanted by Arsenal. Picture: SNS Arsenal want EdouardArsenal are hoping to beat out Leicester City and other EPL suitors to sign Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard this summer as they are expected to seek a replacement for Alexandre Lacazette, who is expected to be sold.

usr: 0
This is interesting!