WITH several Celtic talents plying their trade away from Parkhead this season, we take a look at how they fared over the weekend.

Scottish Premiership

Ryan Christie (Aberdeen)

Aberdeen faced Rangers twice in five days this week, but Christie only featured in the first game after being suspended for the return at Pittodrie.

The winger was sent off with six minutes of his side’s 3-0 Ibrox defeat remaining for bringing down Ross McCrorie from behind with a reckless challenge to pick up a second yellow card.

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Scott Allan (Dundee)

After coming off the bench to dramatically set up Dundee’s winner over Rangers a week earlier, Allan had to settle for a place on the bench again for the trip north to face Ross County.

The midfielder was brought on for Roarie Deacon with 18 minutes remaining as his side recorded a crucial 2-0 win that lifted them up to ninth in the Premiership table.

Jamie Lindsay (Ross County)

Lindsay was handed a starting spot for the visit of Dundee and squandered a glorious chance to equalise in the second half when he raced onto Billy McKay’s knock-down only to fire over on the volley from six yards out.

The Staggies’ 2-0 defeat saw them drop into the relegation play-off spot as Owen Coyle’s side continue to search for form.

Scottish Championship

Sam Wardrop (Dumbarton)

It has been a busy week for the right-back, whose Dumbarton side played twice in the Championship.

An entertaining 2-2 draw with Queen of the South was played out on Tuesday night before ‘Ton secured a superb 1-0 win away to league leaders St Mirren on Saturday. Wardrop played every minute of the two games as his side climbed to seventh place.

English League One

Nadir Ciftci (Plymouth Argyle)

Ciftci was named among the substitutes as Plymouth exited the FA Cup at the Second Round stage with a 3-1 defeat away to Bradford City. The striker failed to make an appearance during the 90 minutes.