Hearts v Hibs and Celtic v Aberdeen look to be tasty fixtures even without fans. However, before then Celtic have the small matter of a Europa League encounter with Lille to play with Rangers also in action against Lech Poznan.
As of next season Scotland will have five entrants into European football, coinciding with the launch of the Uefa Conference League which gives more opportunities to the country’s smaller clubs to have a run in Europe.
Scroll down and click through for all the latest news and transfer speculation from around the SPFL and be sure to check back in at the same time tomorrow for more of the same.
1. Morelos future
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard reckons there will be more interest and speculation around Alfredo Morelos in the January transfer window. The player was linked to numerous clubs during the most recent window and the Ibrox boss says he is never out of the woods with regards to the Colombian and staying at the club. (Scotsman)
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2. United stars 'anger' over pay cut proposals
Dundee United stars are believed to be angry with the 20 per cent wage reduction proposals set out by the club. The Tannadice bosses have asked players and management to take the cut due to financial concerns brought about by the coronavirus. However, it is understood loan signings and recent recruits are exempt. (Daily Record)
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3. Scottish football's Euro boost
Scottish football has been boosted by the confirmation that the country will receive five European spots in next season’s tournaments. That means two places in the Champions League, a place in the Europa League for the Scottish Cup winners and third and fourth in the league entering the newly-formed Uefa Conference League. (Various)
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4. Lennon gets injury boost
Neil Lennon has been boosted by the return of star striker Odsonne Edouard and Nir Bitton for the Europa League clash with Lille. Both missed the defeats to Rangers and AC Milan and draw with Abedeen having tested positive for coronavirus. (Scottish Sun)
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