Here’s what’s making the back pages of this morning’s newspapers in Scotland ...
• St Johnstone manager Tommy Wright admits Celtic have benefitted from too much good luck over the past week after Ronny Deila’s side benefitted from some contentious decisions in last night’s 3-0 win in Perth. (various)
• Neil Lennon baffled by Dan Petrescu’s claims that he warned him off becoming his replacement as Celtic manager. (Daily Record)
• St Mirren manager Tommy Craig struggles to make sense of his club’s consistent inconsistency after they fell flat in their 2-0 defeat by Hamilton last night. (various)
• Former Falkirk and Rangers player Alan Gow believes the Bairns can gatecrash the Championship title race. (various)
• Kilmarnock hope to complete a deal to sign former Hearts striker Michael Ngoo. (various)
• East Fife manager Gary Naysmith has been left “gutted” by departure of chairman Lee Murray. (Daily Record)
• Premier League chief Richard Scudamore says English football won’t miss Luis Suarez. (various)