Brendan Rodgers would like to see an Old Firm title decider.
Joe Lewis believes Aberdeen's defeat at Hearts is a wake-up call.
All that and more in the latest from Scottish football.
‘We should have an Old Firm decider’ – Brendan Rodgers
The Celtic boss said: “In any other country, they would look to play the game and showcase your football. They’d be falling over themselves to get it on the telly. But for some reason we can’t do that here which is a sad indictment of the world that it is here at times. Scotland is a wonderful country with passionate supporters so make it a great advert – let’s not run away from it. I haven’t been told [it definitely won’t happen] so let’s see what they do.”
Lennart Thy ‘focused’ on Werder Bremen despite Celtic interest
The 26-year-old hitman said: “At the end of the season I’ll return to Bremen and I will work harder than ever to get into the team next season. It was a good decision to go on loan but I won’t be at Venlo for more than a year.”
Rangers will get Pena back unless he improves, insists Caixinha
Pena followed his former Ibrox boss to Mexico in January on a one-year loan arrangement but has struggled for form, and was subbed at half time in his most recent appearance.
Caixinha said: “Pena owes me more than I owe him. He has a one-year loan but the next part of the season will decide whether he stays with us after that. If not, when the loan ends he will go back to Rangers.”
Hearts loss could be perfect wake-up call says Aberdeen’s Joe Lewis
Lewis said: “We are frustrated because we know we are better than we showed against Hearts.
“But we need to try to put it behind us now and try to be upbeat because we have a massive game on Saturday against Motherwell.”
Hibs must make most of being in top six – Lewis Stevenson
Hibs go into the final five matches of the season just three points behind Rangers and Aberdeen in the race to be “best of the rest”, but could be even closer after being held to a 1-1 draw by relegation-threatened Ross County.
However, while admitting it will be tough going, Stevenson insisted Neil Lennon’s players have nothing to fear given their league record against the other teams.
Defenders shine in Hearts’ Player of the Year awards
Rookie full back Chris Hamilton was named Under-20s player of the year while Demetri Mitchell won the Goal of the Season award for his strike against St Johnstone.
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