Teemu Pukki scored the winner in the 28th minute from close range to extend his side’s unbeaten run in the league to 15 games and keep them on course to retain their title

Round-up: Teemu Pukki strikes it lucky for Celtic against Hibernian

Celtic bounced back from their Champions’ League hammering by Barcelona with a 1-0 home win against Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership.

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Match-fixing: DJ Campbell given time off by Blackburn Rovers after he was bailed following arrest

Club have confirmed the striker will not play any part this weekend

RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie alongside England head coach Stuart Lancaster

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The issue is being raised in all sports following the match-fixing investigations that has rocked English football in recent weeks

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Match-fixing: FA general secretary insists problems are not widespread

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Talks called after six people were arrested during the investigation

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DJ Campbell bailed after arrests in spot-fixing inquiry

The player's yellow card against Ipswich Town last week is at the centre of police enquiries, suggests reports

The Sport Matrix: Monday 9 December 2013

Deulofeu pegs back Arsenal as Fulham stop the rot

Wigan have announced Uwe Rosler as their new manager after reaching an agreement for his release with Brentford

Championship round up: Uwe Rösler has no answer to Wigan freefall

Wigan's poor form continues with defeat at Millwall while Burnley return to the top of the table

Chris Wood fires a shot at goal during Leicester's 3-0 win over Millwall

Championship Round-Up: Leicester go top thanks to Millwall victory while Burnley suffer defeat at Huddersfield

Elsewhere there were wins for Blackpool and Yeovil while Barnsley's 3-0 defeat to Birmingham sees David Flitcroft sacked

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Biggest win in the history of Albion sees Motherwell crash out of the Scottish Cup fourth round

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Tricky times for Sam Allardyce and Martin Jol as West Ham fails to cut mustard

Gloom in the east, doom in the west. Or, to put it another way, a couple of ‘hams’ in a pickle. This afternoon Fulham cross the capital to take on West Ham at Upton Park in what has become a time of anxious uncertainty for both. There is one sure thing about Saturday, though: by tea-time one side will have been booed off.

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