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  1. John Guidetti scores twice in Celtic win at St Mirren
  2. Aberdeen win five-goal thriller with ICT
  3. Leaders Dundee Utd beat St Johnstone,
  4. Comfortable wins for Hamilton & Kilmarnock
  5. Ross County win for first points of season

Live Reporting

By Colin Moffat

All times stated are UK

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Right, I'll sign off now. That was a tough gig without the usual screaming, shouting and shrieking from Open All Mics to keep me awake... I mean informed.

Thanks for your company and enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Inverness CT remain third despite losing in a five-goal thriller at Pittodrie but it means Celtic, Kilmarnock and Aberdeen all close the gap in a congested top half of the table.

Tope Obadeyi struck twice as Killie comfortably beat Partick Thistle to record their biggest win of the season so far.

At the top, it's as you were with Dundee United and Hamilton leading the way following comfortable victories.

St Johnstone put up a better fight in the second half at Tannadice but could not find a goal to trouble Jackie McNamara's side. The Accies ran riot at Fir Park, knocking four past Stuart McCall's beleaguered side. What's going on with the Steelmen?


Ross County are still bottom of the Premiership pile but that last-gasp goal from Darren Maatsen against Dundee gets them off the mark for the season with a most welcome three points. It takes them level with St Mirren, who lost at home to Celtic in the lunchtime kick off.



Cowdenbeath 2-1 Queen of Sth

Dumbarton 3-1 Alloa

Raith Rovers 0-0 Falkirk


Ayr 2-3 Airdrieonians

Dunfermline 3-0 Peterhead

Forfar 3-1 Brechin

Stenhousemuir 2-1 Morton

Stranraer 2-0 Stirling


Albion 1-2 East Stirling

Arbroath 1-0 Elgin

Clyde 1-1 Annan Athletic

Montrose 0-4 East Fife

Queen's Park 2-0 Berwick


Ross County 2-1 Dundee


Ross County 2-1 Dundee (Maatsen)

Late drama alert! Darren Maatsen strikes to put County into the lead and within touching distance of their first Premiership win of the season.


Dundee United 2-0 St Johnstone

Aberdeen 3-2 Inverness CT


Kilmarnock 3-0 Partick Thistle

Motherwell 0-4 Hamilton

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Motherwell 0-4 Hamilton (Crawford)

It's a rout at Fir Park now as Ali Crawford finds the net from a tight angle, following good work from Stephen Hendrie.

We're into stoppage time now. Any chance of late drama at Pittodrie or Victoria Park?

Aberdeen 3-2 Inverness CT

Dean Brill makes a good save as he gathers a dipping, long-range free-kick from Barry Robson.

Dundee United 2-0 St Johnstone

Time is running out for St Johnstone as substitute Simon Lappin fires a volley wide.

Kilmarnock 3-0 Partick Thistle

BBC Scotland's Kenny Crawford at Rugby Park

"Partick Thistle look like they're accepting this defeat to Kilmarnock here, having created absolutely nothing in this second half.

One worry for them is the condition of Kallum Higginbotham, who was taken off at half-time and was seen sitting in the stand with crutches by his side."

Aberdeen 3-2 Inverness CT

Aberdeen are starting to sit deep, allowing Inverness a lot of possession but the visitors haven't had a good glimpse of goal for a while.


Hamilton's Ali Crawford celebrates with team-mates after putting his side 2-0 up against Motherwell

Hamilton will be 10 points clear of Lanarkshire rivals Motherwell after today's derby victory. The last time Accies were in the top flight they won five games. That tally has already been matched, barring an incredible collapse at Fir Park, where they lead 3-0.

St Mirren manager Tommy Craig

"This is the first time that I have mentioned Stevie Thompson because I haven't thought there was much point in mentioning him.

"But if ever there was a player missing this season and certainly today, was Stevie Thompson.

"He would probably have got on the end of one or two crosses.

"We are a wee bit toothless as a team in the last third and that is where we need to do much better."


Dundee United 2-0 St Johnstone (Paton)

Paul Paton collects a Keith Watson pass and smacks home a shot from the centre of the penalty box to the bottom right corner via the post.


Ross County 1-1 Dundee (Clarkson)

David Clarkson draws Dundee level with his first goal for Paul Hartley's side, finishing from the middle of the box following Martin Boyle's pass. That might have been the substitute's first touch!


Kilmarnock celebrate Tope Obadeyi's opening goal
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Kilmarnock, inspired by the craft of Alexei Eremenko, enjoy a three-goal cushion at home to Partick Thistle.

Celtic manager Ronny Deila

"We have now played three matches in six days. Inside, I feel a bit irritated that we didn't have more chances and didn't play better offensively, but I know it's tough to play three games in such a short time and you have to be strong to win on a day like this. Some days, football is about hard work and getting the result."

John Guidetti was on target twice in

Celtic's 2-1 win at St Mirren.


Motherwell 0-3 Hamilton (Antoine-Curier)

Just as Motherwell were starting to look like they might do something, Fraser Kerr concedes a penalty with a foul on Louis Longridge and Mikael Antoine-Curier tucks it away.


Aberdeen 3-2 Inverness CT (Hayes)

The visitors shoot themselves in the foot again as Ross Draper sells his team short with a shocking back-pass. Dean Brill does brilliantly to save from David Goodwillie but the ball falls to Jonny Hayes for a tap-in.


Dundee United 1-0 St Johnstone

The visitors go close to an equaliser at Tannadice as Michael O'Halloran hits the post.


Kilmarnock 3-0 Partick Thistle (Obadeyi)

Tope Obadeyi gets his second of the game, drilling in at the near post from the edge of the box. Alexei Eremenko with his second assist of the game and Killie are cruising.

Motherwell 0-2 Hamilton

BBC Scotland's Richard Wilson at Fir Park

"After some really impressive midfield play by Tony Andreu and Ali Crawford, Mikael Antoine-Curier slices a shot high up into the air. Motherwell started brightly after the interval, but Hamilton seem unfazed."


Kilmarnock 2-0 Partick Thistle (Pascali)

A bullet header by Manuel Pascali puts Killie two ahead. The Italian, who's been in Ayrshire six years now, rose to convert Alexei Eremenko's corner kick.

Dundee United 1-0 St Johnstone

Steven Anderson heads wide from a David Wotherspoon free kick as St Johnstone aim to buck up their ideas.


Aberdeen 2-2 Inverness CT (Watkins)

The small band of Inverness followers at Pittodrie celebrate as Marley Watkins finds himself one-on-one with Jamie Langfield and coolly flicks the ball beyond the keeper.


We're up and running again across the country...

Aberdeen's Shaun Logan (2nd from right) celebrates with team-mates after putting his side 2-1 up

Aberdeen have responded well after falling behind at home to Inverness and there could be a few more goals at Pittodrie in the second half.

BBC Scotland's Allan Preston at Tannadice

"St Johnstone's car park is being used for the Ryder Cup and it looks like the players would rather be at the golf. The visitors have been sluggish and offer nothing up front."

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Scott in Edinburgh: "This season just gets better and better. Same again second half Accies!"



Cowdenbeath 2-0 Queen of Sth

Dumbarton 1-0 Alloa

Raith Rovers 0-0 Falkirk


Ayr 0-1 Airdrieonians

Dunfermline 0-0 Peterhead

Forfar 2-1 Brechin

Stenhousemuir 1-1 Morton

Stranraer 2-0 Stirling


Albion 1-2 East Stirling

Arbroath 0-0 Elgin

Clyde 1-0 Annan Athletic

Montrose 0-3 East Fife

Queen's Park 2-0 Berwick


Dundee Utd's Chris Erskine (centre) wheels away to celebrate after opening the scoring against St Johnstone

League leaders Dundee United are in front at Tannadice thanks to a goal from Chris Erskine.


Aberdeen 2-1 Inverness CT

Dundee Utd 1-0 St Johnstone

Kilmarnock 1-0 Partick Thistle

Motherwell 0-2 Hamilton

Ross County 1-0 Dundee


Motherwell 0-2 Hamilton (Crawford)

Hamilton double their lead at Fir Park, as Ali Crawford steals the ball from Paul Lawson and leaves the home defence in his wake to slot past Dan Twardzik.

Aberdeen are back on the attack and Adam Rooney hammers in an absolute fizzer from a tight angle. Dean Brill pushes it over for a corner and his fingertips will be stinging.

Aberdeen are well on top now but they are leaving gaps at the back as Aaron Doran charges forward. However, the Inverness midfielder cannot find Billy McKay with his attempted to cross when a shot might have been the better option.