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Wednesday 13th December


Aberdeen will look to stay in touch at the top of the SPL with a win over St Johnstone at McDirmid Park. The Dons are currently third in the table level on points with Rangers and 5 points behind leaders Celtic who have a game in hand. Derek McInnes’s side will travel to Perth without youngster Frank Ross who picked up an injury in training but Stevie May and Gary McKay Steven are fit again and available for selection.


Elsewhere Celtic aim for 69 domestic games unbeaten when they host Hamilton. There’s a big game at Easter Road as fourth placed Hibs welcome second placed Rangers and Partick Thistle try to close the gap at the foot of the table with a much needed win over Motherwell.


Tonights games in the Aberdeenshire Shield between Cove and Formartine and Inverurie Locos and Banks o Dee have been called off due to snowbound pitches.


In the English Premiership tonight, Manchester City chase a 15th straight top-flight win with a trip to Swansea while second placed Manchester United will look to bounce back from their derby day defeat to city as they host Bournemouth. In the battle for Champions League places, Liverpool are at home to West Brom, Tottenham play Brighton and Arsenal head to West Ham.

Chelsea will play Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League. Unlike their London rivals, Tottenham won their group but it didn't help them in the draw - they'll face last season's finalists Juventus. Manchester United are up against Spanish team Sevilla, Liverpool play Porto and Manchester City take on Swiss side Basel.Holders Real Madrid face Europe's big spenders Paris Saint-Germain.

Celtic will play Zenit Saint Petersburg in the last 32 of the Europa League. The Scottish Premiership leaders have dropped down to the second-tier competition after being knocked out of the Champions League. Arsenal face a tie against Swedish club Ostersunds.

It has been confirmed that Fraserburgh’s 4th round Scottish Cup tie with Rangers will be broadcast live on TV. The game will go ahead at Bellslea Park on Sunday 21st of January with a 12pm kick off. There is sure to be a huge demand for the around 1200 tickets available for the game which will go on sale between Christmas and New Year.

Britain's Tyson Fury wants to become world heavyweight boxing champion once again after being cleared to resume his career. He's accepted a compromise deal with UK Anti-Doping over a failed test in February 2015 a two-year, backdated ban. Fury's served that but still needs to regain his licence to fight.


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