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Charlie Austin’s double lifted Queens Park Rangers to second in the Championship after a 2-1 home victory over Huddersfield Town yesterday.

Hearts stay in negative after Hibernian defeat

Liam Craig’s penalty gave Hibernian their first league win over Hearts in eight games, the 2-1 victory ensuring their Edinburgh rivals remain on minus-two points.

Sammy Taylor: Left-winger who helped Preston North End give Wolves a run for their money at the top of the table

Sammy Taylor was an industrious imp of a footballer, a goal-scoring winger who prospered with Preston North End during the best years of their modern history in the late 1950s, when twice they entertained hopes of winning the League. Had he been born half a century later, he would surely have accumulated a substantial collection of Scottish caps. As it was, the irrepressibly chirpy little fellow from the Gorbals district of Glasgow found himself stymied internationally by the exploits of such illustrious rival flankmen as Gordon Smith, Alex Scott, Graham Leggat and Tommy Ring.

Celtic fans display controversial banners which has seen Uefa take disciplinary action against the Scottish club

Celtic to find out disciplinary action over controversial banners which resulted in club handing out 128 'precautionary suspensions' to Green Brigade members

Images of IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands and Scottish nationalist icon William Wallace were displayed ahead of the Champions League match against Ajax two weeks ago

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

Gordon Strachan wants to build on Scotland's victory against Croatia

Scotland call up wingers Gary Mackay-Steven and Craig Conway

Gordon Strachan's side are due to play the United States and Norway

Michael Laudrup gesticulates on the touchline

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Baker in action for St Mirren, with whom he won the Scottish Cup

Gerry Baker: Prolific striker who played for the US in the World Cup

His daughter Lorraine reached the final of the Olympic 800 metres at the 1984 Games

Colin McAdam: Fearless striker for Rangers

Colin McAdam’s aggressive, barrelling style and long, shaggy hair led to his being branded “The Beast” by followers of Rangers, with whom the 6ft 1in, 13st Glaswegian achieved the highest profile in a Scottish League career spanning nearly 20 years.

The Sport Matrix: Friday 9 August 2013

Furyk revels in calm before the storm

Swansea celebrate with the club's first ever major trophy

Swansea will face either Malmo or Hibernian in Europa League qualifier

Third round draw has seen Capital One Cup winners face a trip to either Scotland or Sweden

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

Scottish Premier League fixture list unveiled: Celtic begin title defence at home

The reigning champions play Ross County

David Weir captain of Rangers lifts the Co-operative Insurance Cup after beating Celtic in the final at Hampden Park on March 20, 2011

Sheffield United appoint Everton coach David Weir as manager

The 43-year-old had been working as a coach at Everton

Rangers sign Queen of the South striker Nicky Clark

Rangers have confirmed Queen of the South striker Nicky Clark as the club's fourth summer signing.

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

Scottish Cup Final: Hibernian v Celtic match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park

Neil Lennon has been charged with misconduct by the SFA

Neil Lennon free to sit on bench during Celtic's Scottish Cup final appearance against Hibernian

Lennon has been given a one-game suspended touchline ban

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