A derby draw is the most perplexing of results. Do bragging rights exist in such circumstances?
While Edinburgh picks the bones out of a contest that was as engrossing as it was brutally ugly, fans in need of an easy-on-the-eye moment can pop on Kenny McLean’s thunderbolt at Dens Park.
Stuart McCall’s got his cap in hand and he tries to add weight to his thinning squad.
Sell-out Saturday came up just short of its hoped-for attendance total but it plans to return for New Year. Read an impassioned defence of the project from one of its key supporters.
Every goal from the weekend in one place. Easy.
The Hibs boss rightly saw positives from his team’s performance against Hearts but acknowledges he will need to produce even more from them to get more than the 9000 who turned out on Sunday to come back to Easter Road.
Across the city, McGlynn is on the warpath as his team put on an anaemic showing.
Ross McCormack finally gets the call his form has been pushing for. Ian Black also makes a debut inclusion for the Australia match.
No goals so far for the Dons, but defender Considine is sure the team will click.
The talented midfielder was withdrawn from the friendly against Real Madrid in agony after a freak collision broke his jaw.
Honduran left back could be for a move to the Premier League in England, with a striker possibly heading for Celtic Park. (The Scottish Sun)
The Well boss could do with some new faces to bolster his tiny first team pool.
The Rangers chief executive says that all of the club’s outstanding debts to Scottish clubs have been paid. (Daily Record)
Review of the new book out on Back Page Press, telling the stories behind the cult computer game.
Andrew Southwick analyses the first ever Sell-Out Saturday and looks ahead to growing the initiative. (The Away End)
His boss is undisputed champion of the comedy fall, now Tom Hately is giving him a run for his money with this slapstick moment.