By: Maxim Lewerenz
Celtic are still on track on winning their first SPL title in four years and doing so possibly by a record margin. The ten point deduction of archrivals Rangers means Celtic can reclaim the points lost at last weekend’s Old Firm match by beating St. Johnstone on Sunday, with second and third placed Rangers and Motherwell taking each others points.
In the Barclay’s Premier League Manchester City will face Sunderland at home without star striker Sergio Aguero. A win would mean the Citizens would overtake Manchester United by their superior goal difference. At least until Monday, when United will travel to Blackburn.
QPR will host the rejuvenated Arsenal at a London derby on Saturday.
On Sunday traditional sides Newcastle and Liverpool will battle for a place in Europe.
Today at 3pm Andy Murray will face Rafael Nadal at the Semi-Finals of the Miami Open. World number one Novak Djokovic will meet 21th ranked Juan Monaco later on at 7pm for a place in the final on Sunday.
At the Shell Houston Open the World’s Number 10 Carl Petersson and Argentinian Angel Cabrera are currently tying at the top of the field. Ernie Else, who needs to win the Open to gain a place in the Masters, is one under after two.
Edinburgh Rugby take on Scarlets tonight in the RaboPro Direct league at Murrayfield. They will be hoping to end their losing streak when the match kicks off at 7.35pm. Glasgow Warriors meanwhile have had a fairly successful season and will be aiming to continue their good run of results when they play Cardiff Blues tonight. Kick off is 7.35pm at Firhill.
For more on Edinburgh Rugby’s misfortunes and the return of their international players, click here.