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Summary

  1. Killie's Pascali dismissed for professional foul
  2. Guidetti nets free-kick, Scepovic adds second
  3. FT: Hibernian 1-1 Hearts
  4. Ozturk stunner cancelled out Malonga opener
  5. Hearts' Paterson sent off for tackle on Malonga

Live Reporting

By Andy Campbell

All times stated are UK

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That's all from me today. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Celtic manager Ronny Deila

"The sending off was a clear one. Of course, that changed the game and made it much harder for them and much easier for them. It was good that we scored at the first free-kick after. We created a lot of chances today."

And, there will be highlights of yesterday's Scottish Premiership matches on the BBC Sport website from 18:00 GMT.

Almost time for me to go, there will be more reaction to today's games on the BBC Sport website later today.

Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston

"By all accounts it looks as though it was a sending off. Up until that point, I thought the lads were fantastic. It was a team effort. We're disappointed to come here and get beat and that shows you the standards we've set."

Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

"I thought my players were outstanding. I wanted them to have courage to get on the ball, make the right decisions and not fear making decisions. I'm proud of them."

Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock

Keir Murray

BBC Sport at Celtic Park

"Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston can be proud of the defensive qualities shown by his players as they coped admirably with the loss of their captain Manuel Pascali for about an hour of the match. However, Celtic were deserving winners and Stefan Scepovic and John Guidetti will be pleased to have further endeared themselves to the home fans."

Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson

"I thought we showed some real spirit to get back in the game. We get our reward in the end and it keeps the run going, it keeps us unbeaten."

FULL-TIME

Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock

A comfortable win for Celtic and they move up to fourth in the Scottish Premiership - three points off leaders Hamilton and with a game in hand.

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Sean Maley: "#bbcscotfootball Starting to warm to Ronny Delia. I think given time he could be a great manager."

Kilmarnock fail to make the most of some rare possession in an attacking area and Celtic are less than 10 minutes away from victory.

Celtic make their last change with Mubarak Wakaso replaced by Aleksandar Tonev.

Stefan Scepovic netted his second goal of the week to give Celtic a bigger lead.

Stefan Scepovic celebrates after scoring for Celtic against Kilmarnock
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Robbie Devenney: "#bbcscotfootball Gutted, but the progress of Hibs in the last few months is great. Keep this up and I think we will do well in playoffs."

Keir Murray

BBC Sport at Celtic Park

"Leigh Griffiths comes on for Stefan Scepovic whose final contribution for Celtic was an attempted lob of Conor Brennan, but the Killie keeper got his fingertips to it to take the steam out of it."

Celtic have made a couple of substitutions with Leigh Griffiths and Charlie Mulgrew on for Stefan Scepovic and Stefan Johansen.

Keir Murray

BBC Sport at Celtic Park

"Celtic's Stefan Scepovic side-foots horribly wide of Conor Brennan's goal from 18 yards after good work by Mubarak Wakaso, with John Guidetti ready to attack the ball and frustrated by his team-mate's wayward shooting. But Scepovic's persistence pays off when he gets himself into the right position to knock a Wakaso ball across Brennan and into the net to double Celtic's lead."

GOAL

Celtic 2-0 Kilmarnock (Scepovic)

Stefan Scepovic guides in his second goal in as many games to double Celtic's lead.

Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

Keir Murray

BBC Sport at Celtic Park

"Celtic scorer John Guidetti cracks a shot off Conor Brennan's right-hand post and throws his hands up in disbelief when the Killie keeper saves his powerful shot within the next 10 seconds."

FT: Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

Alim Ozturk's stunning strike for Hearts ensured the second Edinburgh derby of the season ended in a draw.

Alim Ozturk scores for Hearts against Hibernian
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HITS THE WOODWORK

Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

John Guidetti fires against the post as Celtic turn up the heat on Killie and the Swede has another effort that is blocked by Conor Brennan.

Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

Over at Celtic Park, the hosts are pretty comfortable against Kilmarnock but there's only one goal in it.

FULL-TIME

Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

It's all over at Easter Road and both sides take a point from the Edinburgh derby but 10-man Hearts will no doubt be the happier.

Hibernian 1-1 Hearts

Rob Maclean

Sportsound commentator

"What a goal and what a point this could be for Hearts."

GREAT SAVE!

Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

Keir Murray

BBC Sport at Celtic Park

"Celtic get the second half off to a bright start as Stefan Scepovic smacks an angled shot at goal that is parried by Conor Brennan."

GOAL

Hibernian 1-1 Hearts (Ozturk)

What a goal from Alim Ozturk. The defender collects the ball around 40 yards out and lifts an incredible shot towards goal that smacks the underside of the crossbar and bounces over the line.

ADDED TIME

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Four minutes of stoppage time begin at Easter Road.

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Callum Paterson's red card made life all the more difficult for Hearts.

Hearts defender Callum Paterson is sent off against Hibernian
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Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Robbie Buchanan replaces Billy King for Hearts.

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

A couple of Hibs corners give Hearts cause for concern and uses up more time at Easter Road.

HALF-TIME

Celtic 1-0 Kilmarnock

Celtic are a goal and a man up at half-time. It looks like it's going to be a long day for Killie.

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Matthew Kennedy replaces Jason Cummings in Hibs' final change.

BBC Scotland's Jim Spence on Twitter

"3856 Hearts fans in crowd of 14562"

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Nine minutes of regulation left in the Edinburgh derby.

RED CARD

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Callum Paterson scythes down Dominique Malonga as the Hibernian striker races towards halfway and the Hearts defender is shown a straight red by referee Bobby Madden.

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Back at Easter Road, it's getting a bit more frantic in the final 13 minutes. Hibernian's Lewis Stevenson is booked for dissent.

And John Guidetti dealt Killie another blow with the opening goal.

John Guidetti scores for Celtic against Kilmarnock
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Manuel Pascali was given his marching orders by referee Willie Collum.

Kilmarnock captain Manuel Pascali is sent off against Celtic
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Sam Stanton and Alex Harris come on for Hibs with Scott Allan and Danny Handling making way.

Hibernian 1-0 Hearts

Alan Stubbs' men are a goal to the good but can Hibernian see this out?

Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs
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