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Glasgow City took a huge step towards lifting their third Scottish Women's Premier League title in a row when they defeated rivals Celtic 2-1.
The match was played in front of a crowd of at least 400 and BBC Alba were also at the match, with the highlights to be shown a week on Wednesday.
Celtic had been reduced to ten players during the first half after Christie Murray had been shown a red card for a challenge but, with Gemma Fay in fine form between the posts, they held firm and took the lead on the brink of half time when Suzanne Grant scored with a far post header.
City equalised ten minutes after the restart through Leanne Ross and Suzanne Lappin scored a decisive second goal, twenty minutes from time.
City now need to win one of their remaining two games in order to be confirmed as Champions of this shortened season.
Spartans remain in contention for a top three place after they ran out 3-0 winners away to Aberdeen. They are two points ahead of Hibernian who, with a game in hand, kept their hopes of the runners-up spot alive by winning 4-0 at Rangers.
Hamilton Academicals meanwhile completed their fixtures for the campaign with a 2-1 victory over Inverness, halting the recent good form of their opponents.
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