The players of Inverness Caledonian Thistle might otherwise have departed Glasgow on Saturday evening hoping to see the back of the city following the 3-1 defeat by Partick Thistle but Dean Brill, the goalkeeper, believes a return trip this evening is the perfect antidote.
BRENDAN RODGERS, the Liverpool manager, has promised to treat Champions League outsiders Ludogorets with the utmost respect when the little-known Bulgarian side make their debut in the group stage of the competition at Anfield tonight.
ALEXSANDAR TONEV, the Celtic forward, will likely need to wait for two weeks before discovering whether the Scottish Football Association intends on taking any action against him following claims he made a racist remark towards Aberdeen's Shay Logan.
VISIONS of smiling fans and dreams of days out at the cup final with balloons and facepaint and sunshine are rarely subjects of discussion at Rangers these days, but they do make a pleasant diversion from the Strange Case of Rafat Rizvi.
Robert Rowan used to spend his working week scouring the continent as a former opposition scout for the Scottish Football Association. His little black book is a veritable who's who of European football. Ronaldo, Messi, Toure and Costa - all the usual names are contained inside it but he also knows his Hakan Calhanoglus from his Youri Tielemans. Here he runs the rule over those players he knows will light up this year's Champions League group stages which return tonight - and those who he thinks we'll be hearing much more of . . .