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Rankin returns for Hoops clash

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Dundee United welcome back midfielder John Rankin from a leg injury when they host Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic on Sunday.

Aidan Connolly could also return from illness but midfielder Calum Butcher is doubtful with a shoulder injury.

Mario Bilate (hamstring), Paul Paton (knee) and Ryan Dow (groin) have all been ruled out for the rest of the season.

United manager Jackie McNamara hopes the clash can bring out the best in his side as they attempt to return to winning ways.

The Tangerines have had...

Hoops extend lead

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Celtic discarded their treble disappointment to beat Dundee 2-1 and go eight points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership.

Ronny Deila's side had lost 3-2 to Inverness in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final on Sunday and it took a while for them to get going at Dens Park before former Dundee United winger Gary Mackay-Steven opened the scoring in the 32nd minute with a drive.

In the 63rd minute, Virgil van Dijk, like he did against Caley Thistle, fired in a wonderful free-kick for his 10th...

 By PA Sport

Inverness' Josh Meekings faces ban for handball, set to miss cup final

Josh Meekings' handball was missed by officials but he faces a retrospective ban.

Inverness defender Josh Meekings is set to miss the Scottish Cup final after being offered a retrospective ban for handling Leigh Griffiths' goal-bound header.

Celtic and their fans were enraged by referee Steven McLean's failure to award a penalty against Meekings when he blocked the effort just before the interval with the Hoops leading 1-0.

Scottish Football Association compliance officer Tony McGlennan has now issued a "notice of complaint" to Meekings, whose transgression was missed by the...

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Celtic demand answers from SFA after Scottish Cup defeat

Inverness' Josh Meekings appeared to handle the ball directly in front of his goal line, but no penalty was given.

Celtic have written to the Scottish Football Association to demand answers after they were denied a blatant penalty in Sunday's Scottish Cup semifinal defeat to Inverness.

Caley Thistle clinched a 3-2 win at Hampden and a place in the May 30 final with Falkirk, but only after referee Steven McLean and his officials missed a clear handball by Josh Meekings a yard off his own goal line as Leigh Griffiths looked to head home.

The Hoops were a goal ahead at the time of the incident, which took place...

Super Caley go ballistic

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David Raven's dramatic extra-time strike against Celtic took Inverness into their first William Hill Scottish Cup final with a 3-2 win as the Hoops' treble hopes ended in controversy.

Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk opened the scoring in the 18th minute with a wonderful free-kick but the Hoops were denied a stonewall penalty kick and a one-man advantage seconds before the break when Caley defender Josh Meekings prevented a Leigh Griffiths header going in with his arm a yard from goal.

To compound Celtic's...