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Celtic brush United aside

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Dundee United went down without much of a fight as Celtic cruised to a 3-0 Scottish Premiership win in the fourth meeting between the clubs in 14 days.

The previous three clashes, including a 2-0 Scottish League Cup final win for the Hoops at Hampden Park and a 4-0 win in a William Hill Scottish Cup replay, brought six red cards - four for the Tannadice men - amid a war of words.

However, first-half goals from former United player Gary Mackay-Steven, returning striker John Guidetti and defender Jason...

Celtic 4-0 Dundee United

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Celtic booked their place in the last-four of the William Hill Scottish Cup with a comfortable 4-0 quarter-final replay victory over Dundee United at Parkhead as both sides ended with 10 men.

Ronny Deila's side beat United 2-0 in their Scottish League Cup final at Hampden on Sunday and any thoughts of Tayside revenge all but ended in the 17th minute when Hoops defender Jason Denayer headed in a free-kick from Anthony Stokes.

In the third meeting between the clubs in 11 days - the fourth comes in the...

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Celtic beat Dundee United to win the Scottish League Cup final

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Ronny Deila captured his first trophy as Celtic manager as the Hoops beat 10-man Dundee United 2-0 in the Scottish League Cup final at Hampden Park.

The Norwegian boss targeted the domestic treble when he took over from Neil Lennon last summer and part one was completed with goals from Kris Commons and substitute James Forrest.

The returning Commons opened the scoring in the 28th minute as Sean Dillon sat in the dressing room getting treatment for a leg knock before the United skipper was shown a...

Controversial tie set for replay

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Dundee United and Celtic have it all to do again after a controversial 1-1 William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final tie at Tannadice which saw three red cards and two penalties, one missed.

Referee Craig Thomson sent off Hoops defender Virgil van Dijk and United midfielder Paul Paton after only nine minutes but it looked like it was a case of mistaken identity with regards to the home player, as it had been Calum Butcher who had tangled with the Dutchman.

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Thistle sting United

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Partick Thistle shocked Dundee United with a well-deserved 2-0 Premiership win at Tannadice to lift themselves seven points clear of relegation.

Alan Archibald's side secured a much-needed victory thanks to goals from Stephen O'Donnell and an own goal awarded against Jaroslaw Fojut towards the end of the first half at Tannadice.

But for United it was the last result they had wanted before taking on Celtic in next Sunday's Scottish Cup quarter-final tie.

Ryan McGowan became the first player to be booked...