We've got a bit of delay in hearing from the managers around Scotland's football grounds so I'll wrap things up here, start hunting down some audio clips and help get the post-match quotes on to the BBC Sport website. Once again, many thanks for your attention today. We'll be back tomorrow lunchtime with live text and radio coverage of Dundee United v Celtic. Have a great evening.
- Hamilton Accies win at Ross County
- Home wins for Aberdeen and St Johnstone
- Ian Baraclough's Well win at 10-man St Mirren
- Dundee snatch late point at Partick
Aberdeen have won six of their last seven league games, all six of which have come with clean sheets.
At his media conference Rangers manager Ally McCoist feels his team bounced back from the poor performance at Queen of the South last Friday but he wants his team to score more goals from the chances they create. He says he may be at the AGM on Monday. The crowd at Ibrox today was given as 28,000 but from what we have heard that seems generous. The Gers boss admits he's not sure how easy it will be to get the fans to return in the short term.
Rangers are nine points behind the Jambos and Hibs and Queen of the South are seven points behind the Ibrox men.
In the Championship, Hearts continue to set the pace with 14 wins from 16 matches. They are the only unbeaten side in senior football in Scotland and England and have conceded only eight league goals this term.
Celtic, Aberdeen, Hamilton, Inverness, Dundee United and St Johnstone make up the top half of the Premiership table. Dundee are five points behind the Perth Saints. Can anyone see a team breaking into the top six before the season ends?
Albion Rovers 0-0 Montrose
Arbroath 2-0 Berwick Rangers
Clyde 3-1 East Fife
Elgin P-P East Stirlingshire
Queen's Park 0-0 Annan Athletic
Ayr United 2-2 Stirling Albion
Dunfermline 0-1 Stranraer
Forfar 1-1 Airdrieonians
Morton 0-1 Peterhead
Stenhousemuir 0-2 Brechin
Hearts 2-0 Alloa
Queen of the South 1-2 Cowdenbeath
Raith Rovers 1-3 Hibernian
Rangers 2-0 Livingston
Dumbarton v Falkirk (ko 5.30)
Neil Rawlinson @neil_rawlinson: "I retract my tweet of a few weeks ago about D Clarkson for Scotland in the hope he can start scoring again #bbcscotfootball"
David Nicol @DJ_Nicol: "big questions about the officials today 4 big calls against saints"
Kilmarnock could still salvage something from this game, but both Jamie Hamill and Robbie Muirhead waste chances with wild efforts over the bar, before a sweeping move involving Josh Magennis is finished with a badly hooked shot from Ross Barbour.
Dundee snatch a late goal at Firhill, as a Philip Roberts shot is deflected off Conrad Balatoni and into the Jags' net.
With Hibs leading 3-1 at Raith Rovers and Hearts and Rangers both leading 2-0 against Alloa and Livingston respectively, the Championship table is beginning to resemble how many observers reckon it will finish. It's Hearts, Rangers and Hibs in that order, but we're not even at Christmas, so there are lots of matches still to be played.
Derek McInnes has to let David Goodwillie know who the boss is after the striker lets it be known in the dugout he is unhappy at being substituted for Jeffrey Monakana. It has been another hard-working performance from the striker but he is a man who badly needs a goal.
A quick switch to rugby - Glasgow Warriors have beaten Irish side Munster 21-18 in the Pro 12. That's a fantastic result for Gregor Townsend's team.
David Wotherspoon fizzes a shot over the bar from a tight angle and St Johnstone's lead stays at a single goal.
Stewart Connor @_Stewartacus: "Surely Hibs won't miss out on yet another opportunity to level with QotS?! Not good enough #bbcscotfootball"
Josh Law lays the ball on a plate for John Sutton who knocks the ball in for the first goal for Motherwell under new manager Ian Baraclough.
Rangers midfielder Fraser Aird's cross into the box is deflected past his own goalkeeper by Simon Mensing as he stretchers to clear the danger.
Jeroen Tesselaar lofts the ball over Motherwell goalkeeper Dan Twardzik and into the net, but the St Mirren defender had already been ruled offside.
The Dons finally break the deadlock. Jamie Hamill's misplaced pass is pounced on by Jonny Hayes who makes a great run forward. His shot is saved by Craig Samson but parried into the path of Peter Pawlett who hits the back of the net.
Killie remind everyone that there are two teams in this game as Rory McKenzie shoots straight at Scott Brown. Aberdeen will regret not taking their chances if the visitors can find a goal on the break.
It's a red card for Inverness midfielder Ross Draper.
Emma Martin on Facebook: "14,000 miles away and I can tell that goal should have stood for the Saints, seems a few very, very bad decisions against us today."
Darryl Westlake's injury is starting to hit Killie now with Jonny Hayes becoming more of a feature in the game. He clips a cross to the back post but David Goodwillie puts it over the bar, before a jinking run causes problems. Niall McGinn also swerves a shot wide as Aberdeen crank up the pressure.
Brian Graham steps up to slam the ball past Dean Brill and St Johnstone have a precious lead.
St Johnstone win a penalty as Brian Graham is brought down in the box. He'll take the spot kick...
Motherwell striker John Sutton just fails to get a toe to a ball that flashes across the face of the St Mirren goal.
Hooray! It's the second goal of the day in the top tier! James Craigen makes the breakthrough in 58 minutes to put Alan Archibald's side a goal up at Firhill.
St Mirren are annoyed with the officials again as their claims for a trip on Kenny McLean in the penalty box are waved away.