Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...
• Dumbarton boss Ian Murray feels Rangers are still favourites to win the Championship title this season despite Hearts, whom his side face this weekend, making a perfect start to the season (The Sun)
• Rangers fans have called for Sandy Easdale to be sacked after the director - a convicted fraudster - was pictured out lunching with Interpol target Rafat Rizvi (various)
• Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor was gutted at not being able to offer John Hartson the manager’s job after instead opting for Jim McIntyre (various)
• Scotland’s hopes of hosting games at Euro 2020 would have to be “re-evaluated” in the event of a Yes vote in next week’s independence referendum (various)
• Kenny Dalglish insists Scotland’s glamour friendly against England pales in comparison to the magnitude of the Euro 2016 showdown with Georgia (various)
• Coventry manager Steven Pressley has signed new four-year deals at the Ricoh Arena. The former Hearts captain’s assistants, Neil MacFarlane and Darren Murray, have done likewise (various)
• Former Leeds players Dominic Matteo, Robbie Fowler and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink are all hoping to be considered for the vacant manager’s job at Elland Road (Daily Record)