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Celtic 5-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle

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Celtic began their Scottish Premiership title-winning party after a Stefan Scepovic double helped them to an easy 5-0 win over a weakened Inverness side at Parkhead.

The Serbian striker, handed a rare start for the Hoops, opened the scoring from inches out in the fifth minute before returning midfielder Stefan Johansen added the second before the break.

Caley, without half a dozen regulars rested for next week's William Hill Scottish Cup final against Falkirk, chased shadows most of the afternoon and...

Saints and Celtic fail to score

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St Johnstone and Celtic both wasted a barrowload of chances to somehow draw a Scottish Premiership blank at McDiarmid Park

Saints forward Michael O'Halloran might have scored three in an open first half with striker Leigh Griffiths and skipper Scott Brown coming close for the Hoops.

The second half followed along similar lines with Perth substitute James McFadden and Murray Davidson both hitting the post.

However, Parkhead winger James Forrest, one of six changes to Ronny Deila's starting line-up, missed...

 By PA Sport

Virgil van Dijk should stay at Celtic, urges John Kennedy

Virgil van Dijk says he would be open to a transfer but Celtic would like him to stay another season.

Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk should stay another season at a place where "he is loved" before he seeks new suitors, according to coach John Kennedy.

Speculation continues to surround the 23-year-old Dutch defender, who has been linked with several clubs including Arsenal and Southampton.

And Van Dijk, who signed a four-year deal when he arrived from Groningen in 2013, was quoted this week as saying: "Celtic are a great club with a fantastic stadium and the fans are great. But the competition...

 By PA Sport

Celtic's Anthony Stokes sees trial for 'assaulting' Elvis impersonator delayed

Stokes, 26, provided two assists in the Champions League for Celtic this season.

The trial of Celtic striker Anthony Stokes for an alleged assault on an Elvis impersonator has been adjourned.

Lawyers for the former Sunderland forward said they were ready to proceed with the hearing into an alleged incident in Dublin on June 8, 2013.

Judge Patricia Ryan, at Dublin's Circuit Criminal Court, said she would put the case back for mention before the same court on May 12.

But she said she could not guarantee that it would proceed then. It is expected the trial will take two days.

The...

Aberdeen 0-1 Celtic

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Celtic underlined their status as Scottish Premiership champions with their fourth win of the season over nearest challengers Aberdeen.

The Hoops were given a guard of honour by the Dons players before the game but there was certainly no sense of deference as Derek McInnes' side looked the more determined in the first half at a blustery Pittodrie.

However, Celtic skipper Scott Brown's early second-half finish from close range after starting the move at the edge of his own penalty area was the difference...