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- Inverness CT beat St Johnstone to move top of Premiership
- Watkins & Christie net for Caley Thistle, Graham replies
- Rooney, Goodwillie & Pawlett net in Dons win over County
- Hamilton Academical and Kilmarnock play out goalless draw
Almost time for me to go.
Inverness CT manager John Hughes
"It was important to get back to winning ways. We're really calculated in what we do and I think that was evident today. I'm absolutely delighted to win today."
Ross County manager Jim McIntyre
"We gifted two goals. Aberdeen are a right good side. They've got pace to burn but gifting them goals, gives them a lift and makes it a long day for us."
First up is the Dundee derby, Dundee v Dundee United at lunchtime, followed by Celtic v Motherwell.
The Scottish football weekend does not stop here, there's more action tomorrow...
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"We played with real tempo. We got a good lead at half-time. Loads of good play throughout the 90 minutes. Over the piece, it was excellent work."
Andrew Priestley: "Inverness are flying high at the top. The same happened last season until Terry Butcher left and they let things slip. #bbcsportscot"
Inverness have returned to the top of the Scottish Premiership with a hard-fought 2-1 win over St Johnstone.
Berwick Rangers 1-1 Albion Rovers
Clyde 2-5 Arbroath
East Fife 2-2 Queen's Park
East Stirlingshire 0-1 Annan Athletic
Elgin City 0-1 Montrose
Airdrieonians 3-3 Stranraer
Brechin 2-4 Ayr United
Morton 2-1 Dunfermline Athletic
Peterhead 1-0 Stenhousemuir
Stirling Albion 2-2 Forfar Athletic
Hearts opened up a three-point gap at the top of the Scottish Championship with a comfortable win over Cowdenbeath.
Osman Sow scored a penalty in the Tynecastle side's 5-1 victory as second-place Rangers drew 1-1 with Alloa Athletic. David Templeton cancelled out Jonathan Tiffoney's opener for Alloa.
Elsewhere, Hibernian suffered their fourth defeat of the season as Ian McShane netted the only goal in Queen of the South's home win.
Alloa Athletic 1-1 Rangers
Falkirk 1-1 Dumbarton
Hearts 5-1 Cowdenbeath
Livingston 0-1 Raith Rovers
Queen of the South 1-0 Hibernian
Inverness Caledonian Thistle win to move top of the Scottish Premiership.
Comfortable win for Aberdeen, they move up the table. County remain three points adrift at the bottom after seven defeats out of seven.
No goals and a point apiece at New Douglas Park.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield beats the ball out following Graham Carey's curling free-kick.
Martin, Edinburgh: "Reynolds, Jack, Pawlett & Goodwillie should all be in the Scotland squad. No better options in the SPFL or English Championship."
Jackson Irvine heads wide for Ross County. The Dingwall side have not offered enough in attack today.
Murray Davidson ends a lengthy spell on the sidelines as he comes on as a substitute for St Johnstone. The Perth side have less than 10 minutes to find an equaliser in the Highlands.
Aberdeen have been in fine form against Ross County with Adam Rooney and Peter Pawlett among the scorers.
Brian Graham converts Chris Millar's cross to halve St Johnstone's deficit.
Kilmarnock's Rory McKenzie is booked for simulation.
Andrew Priestley: "Aberdeen need to use today's performance as a catalyst to kick-start the rest of their season. This has been more like them. #bbcsportscot"
Alex from Ellon: "Encouraging for Scotland that Goodwillie appears to be getting back into form."
Alexei Eremenko splits the Hamilton defence with a raking pass for Rory McKenzie and home keeper Michael McGovern is off his line in a flash to make a good block.
Alexei Eremenko is on for Kilmarnock as the visitors win a free-kick but Sammy Clingan is not for giving up the set piece from 22 yards and draws a diving save from Michael McGovern.
What a miss from David Goodwillie. The Aberdeen striker rounds goalkeeper Mark Brown and looks up to the empty net but his shot comes back off the post.
Jim in Netherlee: "Sadly it is 10 years since St Mirren have lost at Firhill. And could be another 10 if we continue to play like yesterday's 2nd half."
Ryan Christie's shot squirms through the gloves of St Johnstone goalkeeper Alan Mannus.
Inverness come close to a second as Aaron Doran cuts in from the left and batters in a shot that Alan Mannus palms away.
Inverness score on the counter attack with Aaron Doran playing in Marley Watkins to net the opener.
Peter Pawlett forces his way beyond the Ross County defence and looks odds-on to score but Mark Brown gets a hand to it to concede the corner.
Few chances at the start of the second half at the Caledonian Stadium. Billy McKay had an effort from long range but goalkeeper Alan Mannus collected.
Injury concern for Aberdeen with Niall McGinn coming off with what may be a hamstring strain and Jeffrey Monakana coming on.
Darren Lyon - one of five teenagers on the Hamilton bench - is on to replace player-manager Alex Neil.
Rory McKenzie stands up a nice cross for Josh Magennis only for the Kilmarnock striker to send his downward header wide from near the penalty spot.
Goalkeeper Michael McGovern gets the ball clear after Kilmarnock forward Josh Magennis goes in on goal. More attacking impetus from Killie in this second half.
Northern Ireland coach Michael O'Neill is in attendance at Hamilton Academical v Kilmarnock.
Accies goalkeeper Michael McGovern and Killie duo Sammy Clingan and Josh Magennis are some of the players O'Neill could call up for upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.
A poor challenge by Kilmarnock's Josh Magennis on Hamilton goalkeeper Michael McGovern results in a booking for the forward.