P335 CEEFAX 335 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/10   1/1   SCOTS PREMIER  REVIEg  DUNDEE UNITED 1-1 MOTHE VFLL Honours were even for the McLean brothers M Jim and Tommy - in a close tussle at Tannadice. In an entertaining game full of goal mouth incident, both sides had their chances in the first half. Finnish striker Mixu Paatelainen finally broke the deadlock for the Terrors four minutes after the break. But Tommy's Motherwell side battled away and were rewarded with a 62nd minute equaliser from Ray Farningham. More Next Page Top Sport Football TV Index
P335 CEEFAX 335 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/11   2/5   SCOTS PREMIER  REVIEg  CELTIC 2-3 DUNDEE Dundee staged a memorable first-half revival to inflict further damage to Celtic's receding title ambitions. The Dark Blues gave Celtic a two-goal start before stunning them with three goals in the space of 24 minutes. Celtic, who have already lost to Dundee earlier this season, appeared to have taken control when Billy Stark tapped home and then Chris Morris rifled in a 16-yard shot. But Stephen Frail pulled one back in the 20th minute, Graham Harvey quickly equalised and Tommy Coyne got a third.
P335 CEEFAX 335 Sat 29 Oct 20:00/04 striker typically refused to let his head drop in despair and his levelling strike kept Rangers three points clear. Mark McWalter had given the mid-—able Buddies a 61st hhnute lead over Graeme Souness' men still smarting from their
P335 CEEFAX 335 Sat 29 Oct 21:51/11   3/5   SCOTS PREMIER  REVIEg  ST MIRREN 1-1 RANGERS Old campaigner Andy Gray snatched a vital point for the League leaders with a stunning header four minutes from time - his first goal for the club. The former England and Aston Villa striker typically refused to let his head drop in despair and his levelling strike kept Rangers three points clear. Mark Mcoblter had given the mid-table Buddies a 61st minute lead over Graeme Souness' men, still smarting from their 2-0 midweek UEFA Cup setback in Cologne Troubled Ally McCoist lasted only 11 minutes because of a hamstring infury.
P335 CEEFAX 335 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/00   4/5   SCOTS PREMIER  REVIEg  HEARTS 1-1 ABERDEEN Title-chasing Aberdeen dropped a precious point as Ian Jardine grabbed the equaliser for third-from-bottom Hearts. Jardine popped up 10 minutes from the end to delight the Tynecastle faithful. The third-placed Dons had looked set up for victory when Davie Dodds put his side into the lead with the interval approachingN More    
P335 CEEFAX 335 Sat 29 Oct 21:41/13   5/5   SCOTS PREMIER  "FVIEw  HAMILTON 0-3 HIBERNIAN Hibs have emerged as the latest challengers to leaders Rangers after a comprehensive drubbing of the basement clubN Striker Steve Archibald set the Edinburgh side on the way after 27 minutes at Douglas Park. Two goals within a minute from George McCluskey on 85 minutes and then John Collins wrapped up a victory which puts Hamilton two points adrift in the Premier Division cellar. More    
P335 CEEFAX 335 Sat 29 Oct 20:00/04   3/5   SCOTS PREMIER  REVIEg  ST MIRREN 1-1 RANGERS Old campaigner Andy Gray snatched a vital point for the Leag5d leaders with a stunning heade— Four iHnutes from time - his first goal for the club. The former England and Aston Villa