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  1. Dundee clinch win at Motherwell
  2. Ciftci nets penalty as Dundee Utd defeat Thistle
  3. Magennis brace for Killie sinks Saints
  4. Tansey spot-kick secures ICT win at St Mirren
  5. Five-goal Celtic thrash Ross County
  6. Hearts, Rangers & Hibs win in Championship

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By Andy Campbell and Colin Moffat

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Hibs were 4-0 winners at Livingston
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I'll sign off now with one final picture of the happy Hibs players. There is no football tomorrow but tune in for online Premiership highlights from 18:00 BST.

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

That result nudges Hibs up to fourth in the Championship, above Raith Rovers on goal difference, and Livingston drop down to the bottom of the table.

Hibs are 14 points behind leaders Hearts, with a derby coming up at Easter Road next weekend. That should be tasty.


Livingston 0-4 Hibernian

The short journey back to Edinburgh will be a happy one for the Hibs fans, who haven't had too much to cheer about this season. The goals came from Dominique Malonga, Danny Handling, Dylan McGeouch and Paul Heffernan.

Livingston 0-4 Hibernian

We're into stoppage time now, with Hibs cruising to a comfortable victory.


Livingston 0-4 Hibernian (Heffernan)

Was that his first touch? I think it was. Paul Heffernan is celebrating within a minute of coming on as he slides in at the near post to convert a smart delivery from Lewis Stevenson.

Hibs make their final change as Paul Heffernan comes on for the final six minutes, replacing Jason Cummings.

Livingston 0-3 Hibernian

Danny Handling curls in the second goal for Hibs
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Time for another photo. Danny Handling curls in a lovely shot to make it 2-0 on 53 minutes. The pick of the goals so far...

Dundee Utd manager Jackie McNamara

"Nadir is getting better and hopefully he'll get a good bit of confidence from that. He had a good chance in the first half but did well to stick away the penalty.

"It think it's been the story of our season so far that we're winning when not at our best. I thought we looked very nervous and the frustration from the crowd was going on to the players.

"It's an important three points at home to keep the unbeaten run going. It wasn't pretty, but we got there in the end."

Dundee United stay in second place thanks to a

1-0 win over Partick Thistle at Tannadice.

Livingston 0-3 Hibernian

There was a bit of a tiff at the penalty, with Jason Cummings seemingly upset that he wasn't getting to take it. The striker is fired up now as his back-post header is saved by Darren Jamieson.

Livingston 0-3 Hibernian

Hibs boss Alan Stubbs elects to give goalscorers Dominique Malonga and Danny Handling a rest, with Alex Harris and Sam Stanton coming on for the final 15 minutes or so.


Livingston 0-3 Hibernian (McGeouch)

It looks like game over now as Dylan McGeough slams home from 12 yards.

Referee Greg Aitken awards the penalty as Jason Cummings is brought down by Craig Sives. The Hibs striker is stumbling as he ventures into the box with the ball but Sives goes to ground ridiculously early and is just lying there waiting for someone to fall over him.


Hibs have a spot-kick.

Livingston 0-2 Hibernian

With the rain hammering down again, it's just not happening for the home side. Some of their approach play is good but it all unravels near the penalty box.

Livingston 0-2 Hibernian

Livi are caught short on the break as Dominique Malonga speeds forward from the right and chips in a cross for strike partner Jason Cummings but defender Jason Talbot does enough to make sure the header is off target.

Livingston 0-2 Hibernian

The home side make a couple of changes, with Rob Ogelby and Myles Hippolyte coming on. If there's a posher-sounding name in Scottish football I've yet to hear it...

Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston

"I don't think it was a classic game. I think it was a bit scrappy from both teams at times.

"I feel like we passed the ball really well in the previous game against Dundee United, but this was always going to be a hard place to come. Overall, I think we deserved to win. We had a couple of chances to win by even more, but St Johnstone are a hard team to play against.

"They are quite direct, look for second balls and put a lot of crosses into the box, so the players at the back stood up really well and then we looked really dangerous on the counter-attack with the pace we have got."

Killie have picked up 20 points from 10 league matches after today's

2-1 win in Perth.

Livingston 0-2 Hibernian

Hibs are in the mood now as Dominique Malonga pings a rising shot wide of the target and Jason Cummings tests Darren Jamieson with a cheeky strike at the keeper's near post.


Livingston 0-2 Hibernian (Handling)

A sucker punch for Livi, who were so close to an equaliser just a few moments ago. Scott Allan drives forward and picks out Jason Cummings with a raking pass, the striker's touch on the edge of the box isn't great but the ball breaks to Danny Handling and the midfielder is much more assured, stroking a sweet, low shot into the corner of the net.


Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

Hibs have Mark Oxley and David Gray to thank for preserving their lead as both men combine to deny Kyle Jacobs.

Oxley does brilliantly to throw out an arm to get a hand to the Livi midfielder's header from a corner and Gray is on the post to complete the clearance.

Dundee manager Paul Hartley

"We were really down to the bare bones this week. We had two bereavements. McPakes's dad died during the week and was buried today, so he missed out. Davidson's stepfather passed away during the week, Ferry was diagnosed with bronchitis and Letheren twisted his knee during the warm-up.

"But credit to the guys out there. They really dug in and were fantastic. I thought we started really sharply, that was important after the run of results we had been on. We looked bright early doors and got two really good goals and it could have been more.

"Even in the second half, I thought in the first 10 minutes we created good situations, we were just a wee bit wasteful.

"We always knew Motherwell would come back into it and we had to change the shape a little bit throughout the match."

Dundee were 3-1 winners at Fir Park.


Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

The second half is underway...

Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

Dominique Malonga nets for Hibs
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Here's another look at the game's only goal. Will we see a few more in the second half?

Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

Hibs striker Dominique Malonga celebrates his 31st-minute goal
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Hibs striker Dominique Malonga celebrates his 31st-minute goal.

The striker is a graduate of the famous Clairefontaine academy in France and he obviously paid attention in the 'battering it into an empty net' classes.


Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

The rain has eased off as the teams trot up the tunnel. Hibs are value for their lead since they have done most of the attacking but it was a dreadful mistake from goalie Darren Jamieson that led to the only goal.


Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

Hibs go close to doubling their lead as Jason Cummings nicks a loose home throw-in and lays it off to Scott Allan, who thunders a shot against the post from the edge of the penalty area. There might have been a slight deflection on it.

Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

There's a fair old downpour going on at the moment, perfect weather for slide-tackles, but it's all a bit tame. Livi boss John McGlynn will be demanding a bit more bite after the break.

Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

There has not been much of a response from the home side since they fell behind as the rain comes lashing down in West Lothian.

Livingston 0-1 Hibernian

BBC Scotland's Connie McLaughlin reports that a young Hibs fan has been taken away for medical assistance after getting too close to a smoke bomb. It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt...


Livingston 0-1 Hibernian (Malonga)

Howler alert! Dylan McGeouch swings in a cross from the right and Livingston keeper Darren Jamieson can't get hold of it, dropping the ball invitingly at the feet of Dominique Malonga, who hammers a shot high into an unguarded net.

Livingston 0-0 Hibernian

With regular skipper Liam Craig among the substitutes, David Gray is leading the visitors today. Former skipper Paul Hanlon is partnered by Callum Booth in central defence, with Liam Fontaine and Jordon Forster both injured.

Booth usually operates at left-back, so Livi might want to try and isolate him against towering striker Jordan White.

Livingston 0-0 Hibernian

It's all a bit scrappy as the band of visiting fans attempt to generate some atmosphere in a largely empty stadium.

Livingston 0-0 Hibernian

As Livi's Keaghan Jacobs gets treatment for knock, I've got time to tell you that this is the second meeting of these sides this season. A freak goal from keeper Mark Oxley was the highlight of a 2-1 win for Hibs. His big punt up the park took one bounce and sailed in over the head of opposite number Darren Jamieson.

Livingston 0-0 Hibernian

Livi player-coach Mark Burchill has a pop as a low, skidding corner reaches him in the centre of a congested area but the veteran striker fires over under pressure from Scott Robertson.

Livingston 0-0 Hibernian

As Dylan McGeough's sees his shot pushed away, Hibs are doing all of the pressing so far, with John McGlynn's men sitting deep, although Jason Talbot looks a decent attacking outlet at left-back.

That was a second successive home draw for Alan Stubbs' men following an excellent 3-1 win over Rangers at Ibrox.

With Championship leaders Hearts beating Dumbarton today, Hibs are now 17 points adrift of their Edinburgh rivals, with a derby fixture coming up at Easter Road next weekend.

Livingston reached the Petrofac Training Cup final last weekend by way of a penalty shoot-out against Stranraer, while Hibs were held to a goalless league draw at home to Dumbarton.

The game is being shown live by our friends at BBC ALBA and you can access it from the live coverage tab.

The last Championship broadcast from the Gaelic language channel was an absolute belter, with Queen of the South winning a seven-goal thriller at Stark's Park.

Livingston 0-0 Hibernian

Hibernian striker Dominique Malonga pops up in acres of room right in front of goal but can only trundle a shot into the arms of Livi keeper Darren Jamieson. A terrible miss.


Livingston kick off against Hibernian.

I'm going to hand over to Colin Moffat, who'll guide you through today's evening fixture in the Championship. Thank you for your company this afternoon.