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Friday 22nd September

FOOTBALL

There could be an Old Firm derby in the Betfred Cup final after Celtic and Rangers were kept apart in the draw for the last four. Holders Celtic will play Hibs - while Rangers will take on Motherwell, who defeated an out-of-sorts Aberdeen 3-0 at Fir Park last night. The Dons have an early chance for revenge with the teams meeting again at the same venue on Sunday in the Premiership. 

Peterhead have a first ever meeting with Edinburgh City in League 2.  The capital club play at the home of Spartans. The third top Blue Toon head south buoyed by last week's 4-0 victory at Cowdenbeath. 

The road to Hampden starts this weekend with the first round of the Scottish Cup.  In-form Fraserburgh host Forres and Formartine welcome Turriff while north east junior side Banks O'Dee will aim to upset Huntly.  Inverurie Locos are away to Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale

GOLF

Paul Lawrie is off to a steady start at the Portugal Masters. The Aberdonian is on two under par after an opening round 69. Meanwhile Jordan Spieth remains very much on course to win PGA Tour golf's 7-point-4-million pound jackpot. After the first round of the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta he's 3-under-par - three shots behind Kyle Stanley. Spieth's one of five players who can guarantee claiming the FedEx Cup money
with victory at East Lake.

TENNIS

A tennis version of golf's Ryder Cup gets its first outing today - when
the inaugural Laver Cup gets started in Prague.  Europe - captained by Bjorn Borg - are the strong favourites against the rest of the world, who are skippered by the Swede's great rival, John McEnroe.  Croatia's Marin Cilic starts off proceedings for the Europeans when he takes on American Frances Tiafoe at lunchtime.  World singles number one Rafael Nadal's in doubles action this evening. He partners Tomas Berdych in their clash with Jack Sock and Nick Kyrgios. Each match today is worth one point for a win, it's two for ties tomorrow and three on Sunday - the last day.

RUGBY

Glasgow Warriors meet Munster in the Pro 14 tonight as both teams put their unbeaten starts on the line at Scotstoun.  Last time out Glasgow defeated Cardiff Blues 20-19.

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